SpeedVegas, the car-racing experience that puts customers behind the wheel of Ferraris and Lamborghinis at speeds of up to 160 mph, has reopened.
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An executive with the SpeedVegas race track south of Las Vegas says the attraction, the scene of a fiery Lamborghini Aventador crash Sunday afternoon, will reopen next week.
A recently acquired Lamborghini Aventador was the vehicle involved in the Sunday crash that killed two people at SpeedVegas, raising new questions about whether the vehicle capable of reaching speeds of 200 mph was ready for the track.
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