These Are the Cars Owned By a Saudi Rally Driver

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Of course they're both expensive and flashy.

When you’re insanely wealthy there’s an endless amount of high-priced cars at your disposal. We’re talking cases of when money is no object. Surely you’ve dreamed of this being your life. And for one Saudi Arabian rally car driver, it is. Yazeed Al-Rajhi is a pro rally driver who also has a penchant for fine road cars. Well, these aren’t exactly your typical street vehicles, and each one costs a pretty penny. So what are they? A Pagani Huayra and a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6.

This guy has no problem throwing down some serious cash. And now our friend and tireless car spotter Marchettino has captured this epic duo cruising the streets at night. What’s clear is that Al-Rajhi has a thing for white exteriors with black trim.

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