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Check out what happens to the Aventador at around 1m13s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm3b-DAaTss

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Didn't see anything spectacular or unusual.....

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Didn't see anything spectacular or unusual.....
......except the little bike wheelstanding past the Lambo

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I watched that video with bemusement. Each and everyone of those cars was likely owned by someone that likely owns multiple homes as well as multiple cars. Why would you want to drive a 600+ hp hyper-car when you can't drive it over 40 mph? Lewis Hamilton is probably coming to that conclusion as we speak.

Were I a Monegasque resident, I'd own the bad boy car at my second..... or third home.

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They do sound good going through the tunnels. Just as our MV's do.
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I watched that video with bemusement. Each and everyone of those cars was likely owned by someone that likely owns multiple homes as well as multiple cars. Why would you want to drive a 600+ hp hyper-car when you can't drive it over 40 mph? Lewis Hamilton is probably coming to that conclusion as we speak.

Were I a Monegasque resident, I'd own the bad boy car at my second..... or third home.
Randy, Monaco is roughly the size of Central Park in New York......but the hills of Southern France, plus of course our beloved Italia are only a few minutes away

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Randy, Monaco is roughly the size of Central Park in New York......but the hills of Southern France, plus of course our beloved Italia are only a few minutes away
Yeah, I know....I've visited Monte Carlo three times in years past. In hindsight, I can see owning something like this if you can use it 30-45 minutes out.

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Nice cars, but goes to show no matter how expensive they are, they still get stuck in traffic and over taken by a 50cc yamaha ped.

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Nice cars, but goes to show no matter how expensive they are, they still get stuck in traffic and over taken by a 50cc yamaha ped.

Irony is they probably all own MV's too but can't work out how they are going to get them off the paddock stand and out the front door to use them

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