Chinese Spinning Supercars

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The Sports Car Club of China show off their exotica.

It will take China years to develop sought after cars in general and sports cars in particular. So when well-off Chinese men look for supercars they have to turn their attention to mainly...Europe (yes, even the Americans are short of supercar manufacturers, though there are one or two Japanese in this league). In the following video we have a collection of supercars that Top Gear producers would be proud to gather, with Chinese drivers at the helm.

The supercars being steered include the Pagani Cinque, Pagani F/R, Bugatti Veyrons (yes, plural), SLR, Porsche Turbo S, Lamborghini Aventador, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Murcielago, Lexus LFA, Nissan GTR, Mercedes SLS, Agera, and Ferrari Enzo.

The clip is a high quality production by SCC (Sports Cars Club), a 700-member drivers club in China. It's worth noticing that the drivers are mindful of their tires, spinning their supercars on very wet and flooded tarmac, so it's much easier to spin the supercar and limit the damage to the expensive tires. Though it seems far less spectacular without smoke rising from the tires.

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