Two-time MotoGP Championship winner, Casey Stoner has retired and is exploring other avenues in his life. The Australian has shown keen interest in four-wheelers recently and was part of V8 supercar challenge.
On 4th of June, 2015 Casey Stoner paid a special visit at Lamborghini's facility, which is situated at Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. The champ wanted to know and see how Lamborghini build their supercars.
He made it a point to visit Lamborghini's museum, where all of their historic model are up on display. His main goal, however, was to see how one of the most exotic looking supercars is made.
Casey Stoner expressed, "For me it has been an incredible day, it's something that i've wanted to do since I was a very young boy, to get the opportunity to drive on of these cars and see how everything is made."
He further added, "For me to see first-hand what's involved in these cars has gone well beyond my expectations. It is something which has given me a while new way of looking at Lamborghini and what it means as a brand."
Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, passed the keys of their Huracan LP 610-4 to Casey Stoner for testing over the next few days.
The Australian was lucky to see how Lamborghini crafts their Aventador LP 700-4 in both coupe and roadster models. He also witnessed Aventador Superveloce LP 750-4, which debuted recently.