The rich sons of even richer oil sheikhs ship their supercars to London every year for some joyriding. Local residents don't share their sense of fun.
An old empire verses an oil empire is one way describe what's currently happening in London. But anyone who's been to the English capital lately will likely be aware of the growing number of supercars roaming those already congested streets. The thing is, those exotic machines aren't usually driven by the local residents, but by young Middle Eastern men (read: sons of wealthy oil sheikhs) who transport their supercars to England every year for a bit of joyriding and free-spirited fun away from their normally conservative homelands.
"Millionaire Boy Racers of London" is a new 45-minute documentary that explores this new phenomenon that's been sweeping across London. As you can imagine, the locals are not at all happy about the loud noises, fast cars and the general annoyances of foreign rich kids coming to party. But we can't argue with their excellent taste in cars.