The 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo

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Lamborghini has recently announced that a new contender for their popular one make series, the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo, is now available - The 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo. Building on the chassis and mechanics of the already-successful, previous version of the Gallardo racing model, the 2013 Super Trofeo is armed with even more advanced and improved aerodynamics consisting of revised front dive plates, front splitter, significantly altered and improved rear diffuser layout, and an all-new, ten-position rear wing - collectively resulting in a 120% improvement in aerodynamic efficiency over the 2012 model. The brakes on the 2013 Super Trofeo have also been remodeled, resulting in a significant 50% improvement in thermal performance and improved front brake cooling.

 

Overall, the new 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo pulls off having drop-dead gorgeous looks that could make a Ferrari cry, all while packing monstrous performance that will undoubtedly make other Lamborghini competitors cry, as we will all see in the coming Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series, which you can check out via Europe's Eurosport channel, or even find some clips on YouTube if you're lucky enough.

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Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster

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Is it just me, or has Aston Martin been so busy giving all of their cars to James Bond that they didn't even think to keep a few for themselves? "And what would they need to keep a few to themselves for?", you might ask. The answer: improvement, but what could they possibly do to make the consistently prestigious, nearly flawless Aston Martin brand even better than it already is? "What about a roadster?", you might ask, but it took them nearly 3 years to chop the top off of their twelve-cylinder baby, so how could they possibly have another roadster out so quickly? Well, I don't know, but apparently Aston Martin doesn't sleep, because the Roadster version of the V12 Vantage is here, and it'll blow your socks off - as all the Aston Martins do. And if you don't have socks, then say goodbye to your feet.

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Three Ferrari F12 Berlinettas Spotted In Italy... Surprise

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The latest addition in Ferrari's fiery lineup is one incredible machine - the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Unfortunately for most of the world the chances of being involved in a shark attack or being hit by a Boeing 747 is greater than seeing a F12 Berlinetta, so how is it that YouTuber "19Bozzy92" sees not one, not two, but THREE of Ferrari's latest concoction? Watch the video below to enjoy some trackside footage as well as some city flybys.

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Koenigsegg Agera R Fly-by and Acceleration Video

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YouTube user Marchettino shares a great video with the automotive community showcasing the power and acceleration of the beautiful Koenigsegg Agera R. This Swedish car is rarely seen on YouTube or even on the streets. Watch some great and rare action shots of the Agera R overtaking other cars on the streets with unparalleled acceleration and speed. Also be sure to check out the nasty loud revving of the Agera's powerful engine while it does some fly bys in a tunnel. 

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$31 Million Dollar Wreck: Ferrari 250 GTO

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American businessman Christopher Cox set a record today, although one that he probably isn't proud of: Worlds most expensive car wreck. His very own $31 million Ferrari 250 GTO. It is only one of 39 of Ferrari's rarest cars.

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