Here’s Why You Should Have Been In Miami Last Weekend

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Assuming you're into beautiful cars and girls that is.

If you like supercars, muscle cars, exotics, hot girls and yachts, then the Festivals of Speed Miami was the place to be last weekend. On the gorgeous grounds of Museum Park alongside Biscayne Bay, carmakers including Pagani, McLaren, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche were out in force, with some rides up for sale alongside multi-million-dollar yachts. Thanks to James Scott S Photography and ADV.1 Wheels, who provided plenty of eye candy of its own, we have a selection of images from the event, giving you some idea of what you missed out on.

And thanks to Mike Supercars Top Speed, you can relive the action right here.

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