UK's biggest supercar club held an awesome event over the weekend, all in the name of charity.
Last Sunday, some of the finest supercars in the UK were on display at the grounds of Horsley Towers, a 19th-century Victorian mansion in East Horsley, a couple of miles down the road from Woking where McLaren builds its supercars. Organized by P1, a private member's supercar club set up in 2000 by former F1 champion Damon Hill, proceeds from this year's annual event were donated to the children's charity Dreams Come True, an organization for seriously and terminally ill children.
The day started with a car show, where hundreds of supercars from Ferrari and McLaren to Porsche and Aston Martin were displayed, followed by a "rev-off" that saw some of the highly-charged motors spool up their engines to the delight of the spectators. Check out the gallery of some of the exotic metal on show, which comes to us courtesy of Matt-Media.