Having showed you Day 1 and Day 2 of the Lamborghini Grand Giro, it’s time to show you what Day 3 was like in photos. The Grand Giro is almost coming to an end as later in the afternoon the 4.5km Grand Giro comprising of 350 Lamborghinis will leave Bologna for Sant’Agata Bolognese, where the final celebrations of the 50th anniversary will take place over the weekend.
In Day three, convoy left Rome for Bologna having driven through San Giustino Valdarno. Just a recap, Day 1 the participants left Milan and headed to Forte dei Marmi which was a 270km journey. They cruised along the Tyrrhenian coast, Aveto Natural Regional Park and the Trebbia River valley before stopping over for lunch at the Saint Columbanus Monastery in Bobbio. Day 2 saw them travel to Rome after passing through 4° Stormo of Air Force at Grosseto while enjoying the breathtaking landscapes of Forte dei Marmi.
The cars are largely represented from the entire Lamborghini family models among them being they include three 350 GTs, five 400 GTs, seventeen Miuras, eight Espadas, two Jaramas, six Urracos, 15 Countachs, one LM 002, 21 Diablos and 36 Murcielagos. The Lamborghini Gallardo is the most represented with 123 registrations
It has been a lovely trip so far for the 700+ drivers and co-drivers, Italy requires no introduction when it comes to natural and tourist sites, and the organizers of the event created a route that will stick on the minds of the participants, and as one of the most bewildering celebrations ever in the history of cars.