Gumball 3000 Kicks Off in Denmark

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The 15th annual Gumball 3000 rally started just yesterday with a parade of participating supercars in Copenhagen.

The Gumball 3000 never fails to bring out all manner of unique and exotic supercars. And after kicking off this weekend in Copenhagen, this year’s is shaping up to live up to its reputation. The epic trans-continental rally this year includes Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Jaguars and much more, many of them wrapped in custom camouflage liveries offset by gold-foil sponsor logos and entry numbers. Joining them were such custom creations as the Tumbler replica and Jon Olsson’s Rebellion R2K.

This four-minute video was shot at the opening ceremonies in Denmark and includes some of the more exciting machinery taking part in the rally this year. Check it out below.

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