LaFerrari, 918 Spyder, P1: Which Is Fastest Up The Hill?

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The holy trinity face off on the Goodwood hillclimb.

There’s no better location to test three of the fastest, most technologically advanced hypercars in the world than the Goodwood hill climb. While the Goodwood Festival of Speed takes place at the end of June, footage of a Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder sprinting up the hill climb has finally made it to the web. The extremely tight, 1.16-mile course doesn’t leave any room for error or more than one vehicle at a time. However, watching the hypercars dance to the finish is a special treat.

The one major thing the video leaves out is the hypercars’ times. However, we suspect that the P1 was the fastest, followed by the LaFerrari, with the 918 Spyder bringing up the rear.

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