It looks like somebody with extremely deep pockets has beaten the ex-Top Gear boys to pitching three of today’s fastest cars against each other. After much political intervention from the three carmakers which previously blocked any chance of the hero cars from turning up at the same track,
some lucky bastard Paul Bailey who owns the McLaren P1, LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder simply handed over the keys to a film crew. And a British Touring Car Championship driver. Under heavy scrutineering and careful data tracking, the public can now finally witness who stands on top of the holy trinity of hypercars.
Place your bets, gentlemen.
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