Check out what Top Gear has to say about the Lamborghini Huracán Performante

 

Imola. Isn’t that where we lost Senna?

Yes. While it’s fair to say that most empty race circuits feel a little melancholy – unused potential, perhaps – the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari has a more chilling edge than others.

It’s probably the tributes: T-shirts, posters and myriad Brazilian flags that flutter in the breeze, their personal touches and messages interspersed by decaying flowers – all arranged on the catch fencing at Tamburello corner. The place that, on 1 May 1994, claimed the life of Formula One deity Ayrton Senna. Since that moment, this circuit has been a place of pilgrimage to honour the man who touched so many – and a profoundly moving place.

But it’s also still a fantastic racing circuit. And race circuits aren’t happy unless they’re being used. Fitting, then, that the contemplative calm is rudely, violently punctured by the angry bark of a Lamborghini V10. And not just any V10. It’s the engine powering Lamborghini’s forthcoming hardcore Huracán flagship – the Performante.

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