It’s funny how those of us who toil with track specific cars still insist on owning fun daily drivers. It’s like a disease that we can’t seem to shake. Despite the many years of owning my Corolla it has always been a must for me to own a daily that can make me grin from ear to ear. Even my last daily; an automatic MX73 Cressida with, get this, working air con had its kicks. Sounds boring right? Wrong. That grin still came from the chassis rails almost kissing the ground at a mere 25mm.
Of all the rare cars in the world that I have seen I would not say that a Lamborghini Gallardo is one that I typically leap over fences for. They are an impressive car, yes, but there is something about them that lacks when you compare it to the big brother Murcielago. With that said, they are still a sight to see. Especially when you happen to spot one floating on top of Arthurs Seat in Victoria like I did a few weeks back.
I have been watching this whole situation between tennis star Bernard Tomic and the Gold Coast Police over the last two days with great interest.