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Pesh

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Do we have audio of the lambo driver's excuses for his reasons for his loss?
Excuses? Really? The dude just went there to put on a show for the rednecks and then goes home with his Lambo and the bunch of chicks that accidently went inside the Lambo in the 5 mins after the show.

Whats the excuse of the other guy to dump $50k+ (or more) on something that has only one (useless) purpose - 500 ft in a straight line?
 
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To be fair, Lamborghini was originally a tractor company, so getting beat by a "farm truck" isn't that ridiculous.
 

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Wow, I didn't know, that's one new thing I've learned today.

It's an interesting story.

To summarize: Guy made money selling tractors. Bought Ferrari's. Went to Ferrari and gave them suggestions on what to improve. Ferrari laughed at him and said if he wanted those changes to make his own company. He made his own company.
 
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It's an interesting story.

To summarize: Guy made money selling tractors. Bought Ferrari's. Went to Ferrari and gave them suggestions on what to improve. Ferrari laughed at him and said if he wanted those changes to make his own company. He made his own company.
Moral of the story: Take your customers suggestions seriously.

If they had taken his advice Ferrari would be alot bigger than they are + they wouldn't have a big competitor like Lamborghini.
 

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