Huracan Goes Ice Drifting for Lamborghini Winter Academy 2015 Teaser

When we drove the Huracan a few weeks ago, the people from Lamborghini told us most customers are making and buying them on a purely emotional level, that they aren't even requesting test drives. With a body like that and amazing specs, who can blame them?
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But it also means many new V10 owners need some schooling on how to drive on the limit and enjoy what's essentially a 610 horsepower chick magnet. Lamborghini Winter Accademia 2015 seems like a good place to start.

A teaser for the third season has just been released by Lamborghini and it shows people getting very sideways in the Huracan. We don't really like skiing or snowboarding all that much, so from the looks of things, this is the best way to enjoy the snow this year. If only somebody could give us a couple of thousand dollars, we would sign up right now.

Events have already been planned for Aspen, Colorado; Nagano, Japan; and Livigno, Italy. Professional racing drivers will chaperone you under strict guidance and in controlled condition, the only way you should learn to snow-drift a supercar.

There are two types of courses available. The Intensivo program lasts only one day and focuses on building up your skill level while offering as much track time as possible. Avenzato lasts two days and has been designed for a hardcore enthusiasts who wants to fine-tune his skills. The first day brings the same dynamic driving techniques and performance handling as the Intensivo program, while the second brings one-on-one coaching to develop your true potential. Instructors will also share video and telemetry data to give precise insight as to when and how you need to brake or accelerate.

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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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