Going Over 200 MPH In The Latest Hypercars Is Cheaper Than You Think

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It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.

For enthusiasts witha limited bank account, driving exclusive hypercars like the Porsche 918Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1 are things that only happen in ourdreams. Luckily, London-based supercar club Auto Vivendi is offering well-to-doenthusiasts the chance to take these hypercars, and other supercars, to the limits at its Hypercar Holy Trinityevent next year. The event will be held at the two-mile runway ofLeicestershire’s Bruntingthrope Proving Ground, which has more than enough roomto get to 200 mph.

The event also includesa warm-up period with three insanely fast supercars featuring the Porsche 911Turbo S, Ferrari 458 Italia and McLaren 12C. This sounds way too good to betrue. And it kind of is. Tickets purchased before September 30 willcost $10,000 each, while exclusive 20-person VIP sessions cost $150,000 for the entire group. If you wait too long, prices increase to $11,000 and $185,000, respectively. These pricescover the safety gear, track-side refreshments, as well as the supportstaff. Honestly, getting 19 other buddies to fork up $7,500 for the opportunityof a lifetime is the best opportunity a lot of us will ever get to drive these incredible hypercars.

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