According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, a recently acquired Lamborghini Aventador was the vehicle involved in the Sunday crash that killed two people at SPEEDVEGAS not a Gallardo as originally reported. This now brings to light new questions regarding whether the vehicle capable of reaching speeds of 200 mph was track ready.
Among the questions investigators may consider is whether the Aventador, which SPEEDVEGAS got on Feb. 3, was ready for use and whether the car was serviced after Lamborghini issued a recall notice involving an evaporative emissions control system that, if not repaired, could result in a gasoline tank fire. However, there is currently no indication that the crash was related to the recall notice.
As of now, SPEEDVEGAS will continue to be closed until further notice.