Most Expensive Supercar Gathering Ever?

On Sunday the Supercar Drivers club had a secret meeting with their members, which could be the most expensive gathering of supercars ever.

The club released an image of the meeting which included the new Bugatti Chiron, two Bugatti Veyrons, a McLaren P1 and several Ferrari’s including F40s, F50s and Enzos. And that was just the front row.

Supercar Driver Club Meeting

The Supercar Drivers Club was established in 2009 as a driving club in the North of England but has since evolved into a prestigious members club which has more than 600 members across the UK. Members include drivers, collectors and enthusiasts with a range in taste and style that makes the membership photo very interesting.

The photo is estimated to include a total value of £50 million of supercars, with the high-end front row fetching prices of £15 million alone.

Cars included in the photo all belong to the Supercar Drivers Club and were taken at the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in Leicestershire. The photo includes supercars old and new and also includes a Nimrod jet and a Sauber Ferrari F1 car which add some extra glamour to an already amazing photo.

The club raises money for their chosen charity – the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in Sheffield – at all of these events and at the 2017 event they raised £11,400 for the charity, bringing the total raised for them since inception to more than £50,000.

Whilst you may not be able to join the Supercar Drivers club with your current vehicle, why not rent a supercar from us to get a taste of what it’s like to own a supercar?

Aston Martins, Ferraris and McLarens all feature in our fleet meaning you can drive away your dream supercar for a rental period with us. See more about hiring a supercar online.


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