Lamborghini Driver Does 206 mph on a Public Road

Having the “check engine” lamp in all its orange glory on your dashboard is anything but good, so what can you do, should this happen? We’ll talk about this some other time - for now, let’s see what you shouldn’t do.
You really should avoid following the example of the driver in the adjacent video, who decides to get back at the V12 powerplant of his Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 by taking the car up to 206 mph (332 km/h).

It all happened during this year’s Bullrun Rally. We can see the guy defending himself agains critics of triple-digit-speeds on public roads (the ones starting with “2” on a two-lane are a special category) by saying that the organisers are the ones to balme, as he was just following their orders - asking his Raging Bull to run...

What? That's not the check engine light? Yes it is, but even if it wasn't, things wouldn't have been better...
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