It's Here And It's Spectacular: LaFerrari Vs McLaren P1 Vs Porsche 918 Spyder


Happy Sunday, everyone.

Only once a decade or so a new breed of hypercars of this caliber comes along. For McLaren, nearly a decade and a half passed since F1 production ceased. Let’s just say that the motoring world pays close attention to cars like the LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder. But here’s the thing about Ferrari the automaker itself: it hates losing. That’s why this long awaited comparison test between the three wasn’t sanctioned by Ferrari HQ; it didn’t want to run the risk of its pride and joy losing to two equally ridiculously awesome machines.

But The Supercar Driver managed to make this little shindig happen. The video you’re about to see – and we whole heartedly recommend it – is just part 1 of 3. So kick back and enjoy. It’s Sunday. You deserve this.

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