The only Huracán used for racing at the renewed building of the car manufacturer from Sant’Agata Bolognese – opened on 9 June – is the one taken onto the track by the Team from Veneto: the orange Lambo number 26 – competing in the Blancpain Super Trofeo – can be found on the upper floor in the new motorsport exhibition area
SANT’AGATA BOLOGNESE/CASELLE DI SELVAZZANO DENTRO – Automobili Lamborghini accorded an extraordinary honour to Orange1 Team Lazarus. The racing and engineering team founded by Tancredi Pagiaro, this year participating in the International GT Open Championship as well as in the Blancpain Super Trofeo – with three supercars and exceptional drivers like the Italians Thomas Biagi, Fabrizio Crestani, Andrea Ceccato, Fabrizio Del Monte, Nicola De Marco and the German Kenneth Kröpfl – is now officially part of the exposition at the new Lamborghini Museum. The only Huracán shown at the museum’s permanent exhibition in Sant’Agata Bolognese is the one from the Team from Veneto. The Museum itself has been completely renovated, turned into a true sensorial experience from past to present and future of the House with the Bull. The Museum was inaugurated on 9 June and a new area dedicated to motorsport has been added to the exhibition. Set up and colours take visitors straight into the world of motorsport. Therefore, the Lamborghini Museum hosts an orange supercar – the great novelty of the 2016 season – in an ideal position: the Lambo LP620-2 from Orange1 Team Lazarus. The supercar can be found right at the stairs to the first floor in a perfect spot, also considering the work the Atelier from Padua carries out regarding restoration of historical cars and high-tech tuning.
Tancredi Pagiaro, team principal Orange1 Team Lazarus: “Sono sempre più orgoglioso e felice di essere entrato a far parte della famiglia Lamborghini. Giudico straordinaria l’opportunità che ci è stata data e, per questo e per tanto altro, sono e sarò sempre tremendamente grato a Giorgio Sanna e alla Casa automobilistica emiliana. Nel giro di appena duecento chilometri, nel cuore della Valpadana, abbiamo aziende leader a livello mondiale, nel cui contesto siamo perfettamente inseriti. È questo il famoso made-in-Italy giustamente celebrato in ogni dove”.