The Full Cut Of The INSANELY Awesome 'Hyper 5' Hypercar Shootout Is Here

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So sit back and enjoy the ride.

Try to recall thelast time you saw a whole lot of awesome in one place. It doesn’t matter what your answer is, because whatever youcame up with is not as cool as what you’re about to see. Pagni owner and YouTuber Salomondrin is back with a full cut of his epic Hyper 5 video from 2015. Late last year only pieces of the full video were released and, well, that was a year ago. As a reminder, here are the cars in the video: McLaren P1, Ferrari, LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, Bugatti Super Sport and Pagani Huayra.

Whichever car you decide is the best, you can’t be wrong and that’s the beauty of this display. Every car runs a lap and is compared with the others so only one will be the fastest, but all five impress as they lap the South Palm Circuit in Thermal, California.

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