A wealthy car enthusiast drove his £866,000 McLaren supercar to the garage to pick up his new £1.2m Ferrari – which he then drove to collect his new £780,000 Porsche.
Businessman Paul Bailey has beaten the world’s wealthiest car collectors to become the first person to own the £3million “Holy Trinity” of hypercars.
His Saturday started when he got behind the wheel of his McLaren P1and drove 35 miles from his home to a Ferrari dealership in Nottingham.
He then handed the keys to his P1 to wife Selena and jumped inside his brand new £1.2 million Ferrari LaFerrari, which he ordered two years ago.
They then drove 100 miles in convoy to a Porsche dealership in Cambridge, where he collected his new 918 Spyder.
It is thought Mr Bailey, from Rutland, is the first person to get their hands on all three of the world’s most sought-after hypercars.
The three machines, which have only been seen together previously in car magazines, boast a combined 2,740bhp – the equivalent of 45 entry-level Ford Fiestas.
All three are capable of 0-62mph in less than three seconds and a top speed of more than 200mph.
They they are part of a new breed of ultra-performance motors which use hybrid technology to achieve fuel economy of up to 94mpg.
Multi-millionaire Mr Bailey, who sold his telephone conferencing business for £28million in 2012, described his fleet of performance motors as “totally amazing”.
Source: The Telegraph