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Monza and Milan: Lamborghini’s UnSTOppable Travel Guide

17 September 2021
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Lamborghini’s Huracán STO is the road-legal supercar born on the track. Here it is, in fact, in its natural habitat, the magnificent Monza Circuit. A world-renowned temple of motorsport and theater of breathtaking races, the circuit hosts the Lamborghini Super Trofeo, the one-make championship organized by Lamborghini Squadra Corse. 

With a track over 5.793 km long, it is the third oldest permanent racetrack in the world and the historic home of the Formula One Italian Grand Prix. Its long straights make it the fastest circuit on the Super Trofeo calendar, with peaks of 285 km/h at the end of the main straight. 

After a good run on the track, the Huracán STO leaves Monza behind for a night-time drive through the streets of Milan, the world capital of fashion and design. The trip through the Lombard capital begins with its most symbolic monument: the Duomo. With its imposing grandeur and neo-Gothic facade full of extraordinary reliefs, the Duomo reflects majestically on the sinuous body of the Huracán. 

The drive continues toward the Sforzesco Castle, just outside the historic city center. Erected on the remains of an earlier medieval fortification, then transformed and modified over the centuries, the Sforzesco Castle is one of the largest castles in Europe and one of the main symbols of Milan and its history.

The Huracán STO then sets off along the Navigli, the district famous for its canals and cobblestone streets full of cafés, restaurants and trattorias. After a delicious dish of Milanese risotto, the supercar is finally ready to get going again. Whether on the road or on the track.

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