To be more specific, we're not dealing with your "average" 610 hp Huracan here. Instead, the Lamborghini used in this drag race has been gifted with a supercharger kit.
As those following the aftermarket scene have probably guessed by now, we're dealing with US specialist VF Engineering's hardware. Making use of an Eaton TVS2300 Roots blower working at 7.5 psi, the package takes the V10 supercar from 602 hp and 413 lb-ft of twist to 805 hp and 610 lb-ft.
We'll remind you the Woking machine used here sees McLaren's 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 being massaged to 666 hp and 516 lb-ft of twist. Still, while the Mac tips the scales at 2,711 lbs, the Italian temptress weighs in at 3,135 lbs and that's without the added blower kit.
The two representatives of the mid-engined forced induction genre duke it out on an airfield runway. We're dealing with a half-mile battle here, so the trap speeds are what matters the most.
P.S.: We understand the supercharger kit, which has received positive reviews, changes the Huracan's power delivery, but this is no excuse for the way in which the driver of this particular example handles the paddle shifters.