Fancy driving a Ferrari F430 for a day for £100? Or perhaps a Lamborghini Gallardo for the weekend?
Supercar clubs give motorists the thrills of a supercar – without the cost of ownership. We reveal how they work and how to join.
What is a supercar club?
Supercar clubs allow motorists to drive a selection of exotic cars for a fee.
The cars belong to the club and members usually spend credits to hire a car for a day or a weekend. Credits can be bought from the club.
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These amazing CCTV images show how a four-year-old avoided a car landing on him by a matter of inches.
Muhammet Dirlik was hit by a car on a pavement by a Fiat, knocking the little lad down the flight of steps in Sanliurfa, Turkey.
The car then plunged down the steps, coming to a standstill in a shop window with Muhammet falling to the ground by the side of the car.
Source: Auto Trader UK
We like free stuff.
We’re also quite fond of cars too. So a free motor show displaying eye-wateringly hot supercars in one of central London’s most famous locations is, if you’ll excuse the pun, right up our street.
Next week sees the return of the Motorexpo – London’s free motor show held in Canary Wharf.
The show is aimed at a business audience too busy to attend real shows, and offers punters the opportunity to stick a hefty bonus payment down on a model which takes their fancy.
For mere mortals, it is the chance to gawp at some of the world’s hottest and most exclusive machinery.
We’re not exactly sure Canary Wharf is the ideal place for a load of super-expensive supercars to turn up, what with Captain Credit Crunch and his spandex pants tightening the nuts on the economy.
But whatever – we can’t wait to see all this hot metal in the flesh. And for free!
We’ll be dodging distressed bankers on Monday and reporting live from Canary Wharf to bring you all the hot news.
Article source – Autotraderblog
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