29 October 2013
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The kind folk at Lamborghini lent us not one, but two Aventadors for the day: the Lamborghini Aventador coupe and the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. What could we do with two supercars that hadn't been done before?

After a few moments thought, Steve Sutcliffe called in some assistance, booked a private test track, called in the slo-mo camera crew and set a series of light-hearted challenges for our intrepid supercar pairing.

Challenge three: which is faster in a straight line?

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Will they jump

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29 October 2013

Half Term is it by any chance..................

29 October 2013

Can help thinking this would have been better as a 7 mins piece instead of snippets like these,sorry guys.

Peter Cavellini.

1 November 2013
Interesting to see how close they were, considering the extra weight of the convertible.

29 October 2013

That road surface...looks like you're drag racing in a developing country. Oh..my mistake Smile

29 October 2013

I am just here for the exhaust flame ...Yummy., better than cake.

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