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Lamborghini Driving Experience Days

Loving the Lambos? How about a driving experience in a Lamborghini Gallardo? Choose from our exciting range of Lamborghini driving days at venues like Silverstone, Goodwood, Elvington and more.

If you still have a need for speed, you can choose a dual driving package and take a Ferrari for a spin on the same day. We even have Lamborghini Gallardo driving days for under-17s, ideal for giving them a head start on driving (or just lots of pictures to show off on Facebook).

All our gifts and treats come with free UK delivery. Don’t say we don’t spoil you, OK?

FAQs

Q: Wow, me in a Lambo!
A: Yes, it is very exciting.
Q: Do people actually call them Lambos?
A: No, I don’t think so, but you go right ahead.
Q: So in layman’s terms (and I am a qualified layman) what are we dealing with here?
A: The iconic, Italian design classic that is the Lamborghini. A supercar of unparalleled power and excellence. We have a variety available for your dalliance including the Gallardo, the LP640, the Murcielago or Balboni!
Q: And only old mug like me can just saunter in and drive one?
A: If you have a driving licence (and have held it for a while) and are over 17 and have no medical reason stopping you from settling comfortably into a car, then yes.
Q: And can I wear my giant foam hat that says ‘Fast Cars Are My Thing’ along the brim?
A: No, please wear sensible, comfortable clothing including a long sleeved shirt, long trousers and narrow-soled shoes. You may also be outside for certain portions of the experience, so wet weather clothing may be necessary.
Q: Is it true that if I drive the Lamborghini really, really fast my face will go all flapping back because of all the g spots?
A: You may be thinking of ‘G Force’, but no. The Lamborghinis go very, very fast indeed, but your face won’t do that thing. Unless it does that thing naturally.

Fun Facts

1: Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A. was founded in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini, who may have been an Italian.
2: Legend has it that Ferruccio was unhappy with the clutch in his beloved Ferrari, but the car manufacturer refused to change it, so he started his own luxury car company. Which is why I’d like to think that when Lamborghini’s are built, they start with the clutch and work outwards.
3: It takes around 130 people to hand-craft a modern day Lamborghini such as the Murcielago SV. It is alleged that 19 of these people work solely on the ashtrays.
4: Lamborghini not only use a bull logo on all their cars but also name many of their supercars after famous bulls such as the Miura, the Diablo, the Gallardo and the Murcielago. It is rumoured that next year the company will unveil ‘The Steve’ named after legendary Wolves striker Steve Bull.
5: The company has donated two Lamborghini Gallardos to the Italian emergency services for the purpose of speedily transporting organs for transplant. Are they known as Lamborganhinis?
6: The fastest Lamborghini is thought to be the Le Mans version of the Murcielago R-GT model, with a reported top speed of around 230MPH, while the fastest street legal Lamborghini is the Murcielago LP640 that goes around 220MPH. But none of that will make me see The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift. I’m sorry I simply can’t stomach it.
7: Like many luxury car manufacturers, Lamborghini have branched out into other merchandising areas, such as selling perfume, shoes, cigar humidors, sunglasses and iPad covers. And incredibly, I’m sure that the only people who buy such items are definite non-Lamborghini owners.
8: The amazing Lamborghini Marzal featured bizarre giant glass gull-wing doors and a futuristic silver leather interior, proving the theory that the future of the 1970’s is much better than the future we eventually got.
9: At $3.9 million, the Lamborghini Veneno is the most expensive Lamborghini produced so far and is thought to be the most expensive supercar in the world. Only three have been manufactured and all sold before they were even unveiled. Possibly to celebrity ventriloquist Keith Harris, who wanted one for Orville, one for Cuddles and one for his missus.