WARNING: This video has graphic content that may be disturbing to some car enthusiasts. The list price of the new Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo is $300,000. This tragic video shows $300,000 getting wiped out in a split second when a Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo gets obliterated during the Spa-Francorchamps speed race in Belgium.
Fredrik Blomstedt was driving the #32 car of Bonaldi Motorsport when he was bumped by Lucas Mauron of MSG Motorsport. While rubbing is racing, the nudge catapulted Blomstedt’s vehicle into a barrier, instantly tearing the Lambo to pieces. There were four race marshals on the barrier as well.
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All four marshals and Blomstedt suffered injuries and were taken to a nearby hospital. Thankfully, none of their injuries were life-threatening. The same cannot be said for the Lamborghini. The front was torn off and sent the Huracan into multiple spins. Ironically, the race was called because of the devastating crash and Blomstedt had been leading the entire time was declared the winner. So the Lamborghini Huracan’s death was not a complete loss.