STORMTROOPERS: Unleashing the Huracan SuperTrofeo

April 22, 2015 1 Comment by jordan@shirakiphoto

Who: Lamborghini X ShirakiPhoto

What: Lamborghini Huracan 620-2 SuperTrofeo

When: April 18th, 2015

Where: Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch

Why: North America Delivery of the Huracan SuperTrofeo Race Car

Gear: Nikon D800E // Nikon 24-70 f2.8 // Sony A7S // Sony A7R // 24-70mm Carl Zeiss f4

About: Automobili Lamborghini unveiled its next generation motorsports machine: the new Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo and Jordan Shiraki from ShirakiPhoto was there to cover the delivery of these amazing machines.

The Huracán Super Trofeo adopts the direct-injected V10 engine from the road car, delivering 620 horsepower in race trim, a rear wheel drive set up and a brand new sequential shifter. The vehicle weighs an ultra-light 2,800 lbs, attributed to the hybrid carbon fiber/aluminum chassis and strict motorsports weight reduction. The weight/power ratio is 4.5 lbs/hp.

The aerodynamics provide better efficiency, traction and downforce using a ten-position rear wing, front and rear diffusers as well as adjustable front air intakes. In fact, the only exterior body piece that the SuperTrofeo shares with its road going counter part is its headlights.

Enjoy the pictures below and be sure to keep up to date with Jordan on Instagram | Facebook | YouTube.

 

1. First to arrive was the Squadra Corse support trailer filled with every part a SuperTrofeo race car could need.

 

2. A Lamborghini Golf Cart and the official safety vehicle, a white 2015 Huracan.

 

3. The transporters arrived shortly after and we began to unload the very first Huracan SuperTrofeo.

 

4. Lamborghini sent a team of factory race engineers all the way from Italy along with the cars that were delivered.

 

5. Beauty shots of the first two cars on the skid pad at Spring Mt Motorsports Ranch.

 

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11. Here the engineers push the Lamborghinis in to the garage where each car will await their new owner.

 

12. Positioning the last and final Huracan.

 

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14. A Lamborghini engineer checks the engine/transmission data on the new car.

 

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17. Putting the final touches on the engine bay. A few differences from the street Huracan include two additional engine bay frame tie rods, a heat shield over the rear plexiglass, and massive carbon intake boxes.

 

18. As far as the exterior goes, the only piece that the SuperTrofeo and street Huracan share in common are the headlights.

 

19. OMP tow strap and beautiful carbon splitter.

 

20. Giant hood vents channel air to the top mounted radiators.

 

21. I love the bolted on over fenders that remind me of Japanese automotive styling legends like Kato from Liberty Walk.

 

22. This picture shows the kevlar wheel well liners, the big brembo brakes, and the 18″ forged center lock wheels.

 

23. Refueling Port (dry break fuel valve)

 

24. GPS unit to transmit car telemetry in real time back to the pit crew.

 

25. A glimpse into the jungle gym cockpit.

 

26. Supportive Lamborghini carbon fiber buckets made by OMP.

 

27. Carbon OMP steering wheel.

 

28. Control panel on the center console.

 

29. MoTeC gauge cluster and shift lights.

 

30. Center exhausts and a pneumatic port for the jacking system.

 

31. The music maker.

 

32. Upskirt: kevlar wheel well lining headers for the exhaust system.

 

33. Another shot of the heart of the beast.

 

34. The beautiful carbon air boxes.

 

35. Another atheistic feature that has been gaining popularity in the Japanese tuner scene is the swan neck which makes it’s way on the Huracan race car.

 

36. Adjustable rear spoiler.

 

37. #datassdoe

 

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39. Stormtroopers ;)

 

40. BehindTheScenes: Quick shot of Shiraki in his element.

 

41. Engine Start up, Idle, and Revs.

 

Special thanks to Jimmy Ton (www.fb.com/jtonmedia) // Karissa Hosek (www.facebook.com/KarissaHosekPhotography) // Lamborghini Las Vegas (LamborghiniLV.com)

One Comment

  1. Jimmy
    705 days ago

    datassdoe

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