A recent Texas Invitational event attracted lots of tuned, high-powered supercars that raced each other on the quarter mile, and apparently there was almost everything you can think of, from Audi R8s and Nissan GT-Rs to Corvettes and Porsches. However, two Lamborghinis hit trouble, spinning out of control, one of them at a really high speed.
As a matter of fact, the video shows quite a number of drag races - and, as is happens in these events, in some cases things went wrong, with some cars experiencing engine issues and others failing to brake in time.
And then, of course, there are the two Lamborghinis we've already mentioned. First in line is the black Gallardo, which spins out shortly after setting off on its run. Thankfully, there was a lot of run-off area and it eventually came at a stop to the gravel, without anyone getting hurt.
As for the white Huracan, which allegedly was tuned to 2,000hp, it spun while racing against a Nissan GT-R. You can see the incident from afar, as well as from the GT-R perspective via its roof-mounted camera.
Unlike the Gallardo, the Huracan spun out right after it crossed the finish line, and according to the video description, it did so at a whooping 200 mph (320 km/h)! Naturally, since it was travelling at that speed, it took a while until it came to a halt, but, once again, thanks to the big runoff area, we trust the driver has walked away unharmed.