CharityBuzz: Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 Race Up for Auction


A championship racer will go under the hammer for charity in Monaco.

Blancpain, the world-renowned watchmakers, have announced that they will auction off a 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 racer for charity at the RM Auctions sale in Monaco on May 12. The Gallardo GT3 race car was developed by Reiter Engineering of Germany and the Raging Bull, driven by Blancpain President Marc A. Hayek and Peter Kox, was the Amateur Class Winner in the 2011 ADAC GT Masters Championship.

The Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 features a 5.2-liter mid-rear mounted DOHC V-10 engine, rated at 605hp. The engine is mated to a sequential manual transmission. It features a four-wheel independent suspension along with hydraulic four-wheel disc ceramic brakes. The Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 is estimated to go between €80,000-€100,000. 100 percent of the proceeds of the sale will go to the Monaco Association against Muscular Dystrophy. Photos courtesy of RM Auctions.

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