As Sportscar365 continues to grow, so does the need for additional and unique content across multiple platforms.
After having launched our new weekly podcast series “Double Stint” in January, we decided to expand our video content for this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans with daily trackside reports, in order to provide readers/viewers with added insight into the buildup to the race.
It was the first time I had been on-camera as a host, per say, having previously produced and edited video blogs for teams or driver clients, while working behind the lens.
Safe to say, it was a new experience for me that took some getting used to… and made for a good blooper reel that I hope will never get published!
While there’s been a new wave of GT3 cars introduced over the last 12 months, their road-going counterparts have been equally impressive, and oftentimes exceeding the performance levels of the track-developed GT machines.
Case in point, the new Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, the all-new Italian bull from Sant’Agata, packs nearly 100 additional horsepower than the new-for-2015 Huracán GT3 race car, due to the FIA’s Balance of Performance regulations.
It makes the 602-horsepower Huracán production car feel like a rocket ship on wheels, and a serious threat on the street to the established likes of Ferrari’s 488 GTB or the McLaren 650S in the battle of the supercars.
Launched at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo, the Huracán delivers on a number of key improvements, specifically in performance, styling and drivability.