The Lamborghini GT3 Huracan race car is set for competition in 2015.
We've had our first glimpse at the Gallardo GT3 successor that will be on the track in 2015. The Huracan GT3 is already slated to compete in the Blancpain GT divisions and Super GT in Japan.
One notable feature of this car is the top-mounted uprights on the massive rear wing. Squadra Corse and Dallara are working together on the development of the Huracan, which will be fielded by Grasser Racing in the Blancpain GT Series, while JLOC will take it to Japan for Super GT.
Earlier this week, video of the first known crash of a Huracan ended up online. The road car hit 208mph (334km/h) before spinning out of control and into (more like through) an armco barrier. Both driver and passenger survived.