Monaco's Casino Square is the Mecca of Supercars


Nothing to see here folks. It's just another night out in Monaco.

Monaco is the place where the world’s wealthiest people like to show other wealthy people how rich they are, and vice versa. It’s basically a never-ending contest to see who has the most expensive and extravagant cars, jewelry, yachts, and just about anything else associated with being ridiculously rich. Want a bit of proof? Our friend and car spotter Marchettino was recently on location and filmed what’s supposedly a typical night out in terms of supercars.

What you see in the following video includes Ferrari models like the FF, 599 GTO, F12 Berlinetta, and 458 Spider. There’s also a Gemballa Avalanche GTR 600 and the new Jaguar F-Type V6 S. No Big Whoop.

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