It seems the Nurburgring isn't the only place the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ can break records. German publication Sport Auto just took one to Hockenheim, a Formula 1 circuit in Germany, where, according to them, it broke the production car lap record.
The car, driven by Christian Gebhardt, managed to lay down a mighty 1:47.3 lap time around the 2.8-mile, 16-turn track. The run didn't look like a walk in the park—thanks to cockpit video, we're able to see Gebhardt sawing at the wheel and muscling it through apexes and high-speed corners. On the back straight, he manages to hit 170 mph. At one point, a piece of plastic trim comes loose and lands on the dashboard, flying back and forth thanks to the g-forces before finally falling off.
The video also has some footage of a Countach hitting the track alongside the Aventador, which is pretty cool. Sport Auto didn't share its lap time, but there's no way it was as impressive as its sibling.