Lamborghini Driving School!


Lamborghini is the epitome of flash and substance in an exotic car.  Often known for the Lamborghini Miura, they are known for starting the supercar genre.  Not bad for a company that started off building tractors, right?

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Well, those same mid-engine, all-wheel-drive exotics are the feature of their latest driving school.

Lamborghini Squadra Corse is gearing-up for its first-ever North American-based winter driving school. The 2015 Winter Accademia at Aspen/Snowmass will provide driving enthusiasts and brand aficionados an opportunity to push exclusive Lamborghini cars and themselves to the limit.

For those who crave the opportunity, the Lamborghini Winter Accademia program, which takes place February 5-7 and 6-8, 2015 in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado, will allow enthusiasts to experience the all-wheel-drive supremacy of the Aventador LP 700-4 as well as the Huracán LP 610-4 on ice and snow.

Under the guidance of passionate, professional Lamborghini instructors, participants will not only handle critical winter-driving conditions, but learn techniques exclusive to the Lamborghini Winter Accademia Program.

Held in small groups with only two participants per vehicle, participants will practice emergency braking, hone drifting skills and perfect full-lap road course driving methods on the snow in Lamborghini vehicles. The program has been designed to give the participants a maximum of driving time, starting early in the morning and continuing all day long.  In addition to the driving instruction, two nights of lodging, a group dinner, breakfast and lunch while at the track, and a photo/video package are included as part of the program.

  • Lamborghini Winter Accademia – Aspen/Snowmass
  • Where:Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado
  • Dates:February 5-7 and February 6-8, 2015
  • Venue:Aspen Motorsports Park – Woody Creek, Colorado
  • Hotel:Viceroy Snowmass – Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado

What better way to learn the limits of an exotic car, than to have a professional instructor showing you the ropes on the worst of road surfaces for grip.

After a drive like this, you’re not just a driver, you’re a pilot.