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2014-04-17 13:08

STRANDED AT THE ‘RING: An Italian test driver, testing the new Lamborghini Huracan, refuels the stranded supercar at the Nurburgring, Germany. Image: Automedia

A petrolhead’s dream – driving a 449kW Lamborghini Huracan around the Nurburgring race track in Germany. If you ever get the chance to race at full throttle behind the wheel of a supercar be sure you fill up once in a while.

Spy photographers hoping to capture images of new models undergoing testing spotted a Lamborghini Huracan stranded at the famous German track.

IMAGE GALLERY: Lamborghini Huracan stranded at the Nurburgring

An Italian test driver behind the wheel of a Huracan ended up stranded before the “Galgenkopf” section of the track.

The hapless driver was forced to refuel the supercar on track.

According to automedia: “The five litres of petrol out of the can will last for just 40km. That’s too short for another lap on the ‘Ring but just about enough to reach the nearest petrol pump.”
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