The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo World Finals conclude today, so we’ll soon find out who’s the best
pelican avoider Lambo one-make series driver in the world. Ever wonder what these cars look like underneath all that mean bodywork? Wonder no more.
We got to poke around some of O’Gara Motorsports’ Huracáns between races at Circuit of the Americas thanks to opponaut TFritch has driven a Ford lately.
These cars are even more fascinating underneath the skin.
The car’s signature V10 is nestled deep within the car’s rear end.
The interior looks almost as insane as the exterior. Inside, it’s all straight lines and Alcantara. There’s a racing wheel with a ton of knobs and buttons and a full-on control panel in the middle.
Looks cozy. Would hoon.
Of course, any hotly contested one-make series needs to have plenty of body panels laying around.
Like Ferrari Challenge, many competitors were associated with a Lamborghini dealer somewhere in North America.
Naturally, Fluffy Bunny had to mark her presence with a flying rabbit vinyl on one car.
According to Sportscar365, O’Gara Motorsports’ number 50 Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 of Richard Antinucci and co-driver Edoardo Piscopo just claimed the North American championship this weekend, so at least one of the cars in the World Finals should look familiar. The last two races of the World Finals happen today, at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. ET, with a live stream on IMSA.com.
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