Posts Tagged “Pagani”

Video: Pagani Zonda GR Wrecked

By | August 8, 2012

Wrecks have and always will be a part of motorsports.  It is usually the result of two drivers trying to be in the same place at the same time.  That isn’t the case with this uber-rare Pagani Zonda GR.  Antonin Herbeck was driving the Zonda in a race in the Czech Republic and was on […]

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Video: The Pagani Huayra Documentary

By | March 14, 2012

Pagani Automobili is one of those rare supercar builders that was able to make a name for themselves by not only having experience with Lamborghini, but also for their push towards automotive excellence.  First introducing the Zonda in 1999, Pagani struck hit the ground running gaining instant popularity and credibility in the automotive world which was an […]

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Breaking: The Pagani Zonda Uno Has Sold!

By | February 8, 2012

I was searching through my Flickr contacts today and found that the Pagani Zonda Uno has been sold to a new owner in Azerbaijan.  You may remember the car was initially commissioned by the Al-Thani Family, the Qatari Royal Family famous for buying their cars in this color, after having wrecked it in Qatar. The […]

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NHTSA Blocks The 15 U.S.-Bound Pagani Huayras Because Of Airbags

By | August 9, 2011

To the (rich) people who have dished out the estimated $1.3-$1.6 million it took to get one of the fifteen Pagani Huayras coming to the United States, we have but one thing to say to you: well shit. Today, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration blocked Pagani’s application for a exemption to comply with major […]

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Auto Soup: CTS-V Racing Coupe, Pagani C9 Spy Shots, Caddy To Make Mid-Engine Flagship Model?

By | January 8, 2011

Cold? Have a hot bowl of AutoSoup and don’t forget to enter to win tickets to the 2011 Utah International Auto Expo starting next week! CTS-V Racing Coupe Revealed: The CTS-V Coupe is Cadillac’s “smaller” car with essentially a train engine for power, and now there’s a racing version of it! Sure, it’s no Lancia […]

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