The fastest Italian supercars have been racing from Rome to Modena for the past 2 decades. In the spirit of the world’s greatest road races, the Lamborghini Museum decided to celebrate with two classics. Their first entry was a 1973 Jarama GTS driven by Gerald Kahkle. Finished in Tahiti Blue, it is their interpretation of a perfect GT car. Emanuele Pirro has won LeMans 5 times, and he was asked to drive a 1990 Countach 25th Anniversary edition. This is the last production Countach and the last Lamborghini designed by Horacio Pagani. Kept in new condition, both cars performed flawlessly over the 620-mile closed course. Click the button below to find your classic Countach and stay with us for all your Lamborghini news.
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