5 Drifting Lamborghini Clips

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Raging Bulls don't often sit sideways, but when they do, it's a sight worth seeing.

Lamborghinis aren't exactly designed to drift (or to race). There are many reasons why this is so. Lambos are heavy; they are more fun to drive in a straight line and some of them are AWD. In fact, expect to see most future Lambos come only with AWD. However, despite all the odds, there are a few videos featuring nothing but drifting Lamborghinis. If you're tired of watching Gallardos run quarter miles and other drag races, then you'll want to check out all of these videos.

Don't be fooled by the quick cuts and lack of drifting in the beginning of this video. Sure, it starts slow, but the action quickly ramps up. Watching a Murcielago sit sideways is one of life's little pleasures.

Legendary Lamborghini test driver Valentino Balboni is the man behind the drifting greatness in this video. Balboni flings both a LP550-2 and a LP560-4 (although its AWD kind of kills the fun) around the track.

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Autocar drifts a Murcielago LP640 in this short clip. The greatness is somewhat tainted due to the fact that the track is soaking wet. However, that could've been done in an attempt to combat the Murcielago's AWD.

Everyone knows that a full-sized Lamborghini looks amazing when drifting, but how does an RC Lambo look when sitting sideways? The answer-as expected-is just as good, if not more so.

Once again, the AWD of the Gallardo LP560-4 puts a damper on the Lamborghini drifting in this video. Regardless, it's still awesome watching a Lamborghini do borderline drifts around a track.

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