When I was younger, my bed room was covered in posters. As styles and fads came and gone, there was one poster that always remained up on the wall. It was the lamborghini countach. The style and pure raw sport car looks was an amazing site to behold.
The 5.2l V10 engine would send shivers down anyones spine, permanently etched into your mind. When you see and hear these cars in the flesh, you will never forget it.
As my passion for the Lamborghini brand grew, more models came out with the advancement of technology they became smarter, better and faster. Que the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4. At the time of writing, Lamborghini has announced the new 2013 shape which will hit the road soon, but this 2011 model is the best personally feel in terms of power and style.
Day 7 of the rally had us up and heading down to W43rd St and Broadway. The cars were all starting to warm up north in Toronto for the final leg down to Time Square to cross the finish line and continue on for the final celebrations of the event.
The event started 6 days ago in London, they then headed to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, over the seas to Boston, Quebec City and then Toronto. Today they all wanted to hit that final sprint. the Gumballer’s were keener than ever.
On the subway I was constantly checking blogs, news sites and other sources to make sure nothing had changed over night. All on track for a strong finish so all was looking great.
By 9am we got to Time Square. upon exiting out of the subway I noticed lots of NYPD officers had blocked off a large part of the new pedestrian strip that opens up a large walkway between stores and the Red Steps. This did not look good.