The story of the STS goes like this: Sant'Agata Bolognese had used the Gallard as the starting point for the Super Trofeo one-make series, while adding the Stradale particle meant the motorsport machine was converted back to street use.
I've had the pleasure to spend a day with the Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale back in the day, with its Rosso Mars-covered styling cues still being fresh in my memory (owners could also go fo Grigio Telesto or Bianco Monocerus, with the gloss black roof being an option).
The Italian automotive producer only brought 150 examples of the STS to the world and it looks like an owner has now decided to... give his machine a Super Trofeo treatment.
The owner talks about this as being the most extreme naturally-aspirated Lambo project car, but we'll have to wait for the full details of the build to see if that conclusion stands.
Meanwhile, all we can do is stare at the extreme aero of the thing, with the beard-like diffuser and the rear wing taking center stage.
Oh, and the V10 heart of the supercar now spits flames like a dragon, as you'll be able to notice in the piece of footage below.
Speaking of the street car-motorsport toy-road-going special edition cycle, Lamborghini is expected to repeat this with the Urus, as I've discussed with EMEA CEO Andrea Baldi (here's the interview).
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Game over. 📷:@seanmcmahonmedia I wanna thank everyone involved that tolerated me during the conversion of this car to the official Super Trofeo Race car. The @lamborghinivan @weissachlp @reventonring team tolerated my OCD behavior for months, I am grateful to them for helping me finish my vision for this car. This is not the final version of the build. Just a teaser for you guys. I will also post more pics of the final exterior version with the official race car livery and finally make a YouTube video explaining all the details.