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The result of a Lamborghini Crashing over 150 MPH!!!  

Lamborghini LP 640 Roadsters 640 hp proves too much for one driver who
crashes over 150 mph into the center divider after losing the back end.
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Guy has a funny way of explaining the wreckage lol

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Added: May-14-2012 Occurred On: May-14-2012
By: kuzak20
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Tags: Lamborghini, trolls, muppets, crash, ouch, Italy is crying, possibly, Germany
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  • The crash event may have started at 150 mph..but the impact damage your seeing is only about 40mph to 60mph... if you hit a wall at 150mph... your dead straight up. no street car and survive that.

    looks as if the tail "stepped out" and he started to spin.. didn't get counter-steering and slid sideways at speed into the inside wall.
    Looks at all the tork damage to the car..the impact was asymmetrical.
    30 to 45 degrees. That ripped off the front clip the car would have slide another 80 More..

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    • @piyoti : im sure Italian Cars are safety than Fords.

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    • @piyoti yeah, but then again where do you do a "dead on frontal" crash at those speeds? You always hit something at an angle and the rest is kinetic energy.

      A buddy of mine totaled his Mclaren 2 weeks ago at this speed and walked away

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    • @kuzak20

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-_I-d3IzpE

      here's what a 100mph crash looks like.. this guy survived.
      only because he was ejected from the car and slide on his ass 100ft.
      100mph crash... more than likely only 80mph.. but dead on site
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFzClbqILrA&feature=related

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    • @piyoti Again, Tree.,.... Point made by myself. You hit a guard rail, fly out and hit nothing it would look like the clip. If I do a crash test into a brick wall it will look differently. You cannot compare an american Interstate with a backroad of Europe where 70 pct are tree lined...

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  • Honestly for crashing at such a high rate of speed, that Lambo held up amazingly well.

    A lot of people think that these cars are built to be so light that they aren't safe, but I think this video is a testament as to how durable these cars are.

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    • @eggsaladactyl They're expensive for a reason - and now I have seen video footage for part of that explanation! Great comment, made me think.

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    • @spliffy1966 Found this video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNT69DAr8yE

      Doesn't give much aftermath footage, but I think you can tell from the close-up that the car handled the crash VERY well and it looked to be at a speed around or above 150 mph.

      You'd be surprised as to how well these carbon fiber cars handle crashes. They are not only made to go fast, but to handle high speed crashes as well.

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    • @spliffy1966
      I agreed with you,150 mph nobody will survived and the damage will be much worst.

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  • 150 mph crash my ass.

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  • If this car wrecked at 150mph into a wall, it was a glancing blow. A direct frontal impact in any car at that speed would have been total destruction.

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    • @philomath No kidding. Too many people are picturing cars bouncing around like a race car. Race cars are much lighter and the tubs are probably stronger. Plus the skills of a race car driver lets them mitigate the damage.

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    • @Rhaspun Dont think being a skilled driver will help much in a crash, unless your skills help you defy the laws of physics.

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  • give it to a Polish auto body shop, and you will have mint condition Audi S5 in a week.

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  • I don't buy 150mph....150mph would deliver us some blood and brain matter on the dash.

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    • @Apex174 Not even 70 mph which would have killed them instantly on impact if it's a head on collision with a barrier.

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    • @Desertsfoxx yeah, because you seek out those barriers and run exactly straight into it. Guys listen, it's verified. I live in Germany and there are autobahn accidents all the time where they're running 150 mph and more and walk away.

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  • Why am I even watching this bullshit...

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  • You know your lambo's in bad shape when the back end's held together with sticky tape.

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    • @Amusing it was

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    • @Amusing here's 170 mph http://www.bild.de/regional/hamburg/hamburg/hamburger-reeder-sohn-zerlegt-240-000-mclaren-24009750.bild.html

      And it was someone I know. Your link all show impact accidents where the person lost control and hit a tree

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  • I wouldn't estimate 150 more like 100mph but I am just guessing! Would be nice for an update of black box speed..

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  • thats a true insurance nightmare lol

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  • 150 mph into a wall? You should watch mythbusters allot more before putting a statement like that out on LL.

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  • "Probably a 150mph"
    "Resonated back and cracked the rear tire"

    This guy needs to see what an 60mph impact will do to a much safer car.. this is FAR FROM 150mph

    This is a much slower impact, either that or it tore the front end off and then just spun around to a stop.

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  • 1 Ferrari and 2 Lamborghini crashes today on ll. What a f***** morning. :-)

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  • They looks suspiciously good for that kind of speed.

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  • It's Lamborgarbage now...

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  • Americans in non-american Cars = FAIL!

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  • *it's a fixer-upper...

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  • I think the 150mph crash claim is misleading. If the car span lost control at 150mph and lost a lot of speed before hitting anything then perhaps but if it crashed at nearly 150mph it would have disintegrated. I'm sure someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I think that force is inversely proportional to velocity so there would be very little of any car left at 150mph, particularly one that makes use of carbon fibre, which would shatter.

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    • @zango1 no, force + velocity + Point of impact = damage. You can fly out at 1,000 mph and still not have a scratch. If he hit the guard rail and flew out avoiding collision with anything else than this would be fine.

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  • fast cars? more like I got no love from dad and have an under-average sized penis.

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  • I can watch a video of a mexican getting his head cut off with a chainsaw, but show me something like this and I cry.

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  • More like 40 mph.

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  • ill take the seats for $200.

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