Fuel Run 2015 Gathers California's Hottest Cars For Epic Coastal Drive


This isn't another cars and coffee at the mall parking lot.

Althoughit isn't as well-known as some other mega car events, California's Fuel Run hasbecome one the hottest gatherings for the best supercars, hypercars and classicvehicles. This year's edition, which attracted numerous exotic and rarebeauties, featured an epic drive along the California coast. It started off inMalibu, ran through San Simeon and Big Sur and ended in Carmel. With some of the hottestcars in America driving some of its most beautiful roads, you know that this was not justanother local car gathering.

The event was well sponsored and participants included Bugatti Veyrons, a Porsche 991 GT3, multiple Lamborghinis– including the Aventador, Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni and severalHuracans, a McLaren 650S and many more. Were you there to see it? If you missedout, check out this gallery of the phenomenal participants at this specialevent.

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