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Lambo Designs to Get Dirty?

To participate in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series of races that are held in Europe, Asia, America, and the Middle East, you’ve got to be behind the wheel of, what else?, a Lambo.
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To participate in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series of races that are held in Europe, Asia, America, and the Middle East, you’ve got to be behind the wheel of, what else?, a Lambo.

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During the opening race of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe 2017 in Monza at the end of April, Collezione Automobili Lamborghini rolled out with something for racing enthusiasts and, presumably, participants, the ONE ART Special Edition line of overalls, which were designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile and produced with its partner OMP.

Fashion

The togs—which feature the hexagon and the Y, as well as the colors orange, green and yellow, and the logos for CENTRO STILE and SQUADRA CORSE—are FIA-approved.

These are limited-edition outfits that can be ordered at the company’s flagship store in Sant’Agata Bolognese, as well as at Lambo dealers worldwide. And it is interesting to note that among the retail outlets that Lambo cites as being sources, there are locations in Macau, Taiwan, Thailand, and the UAE. (Hmm. . .what’s missing from this list. . . ?)

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