Those who own a hypercar have a special spot in their garage for their car where it is pampered and care for. They take pride in their ultra-fast car that is, more than likely, one of the fastest cars in the world. Now, take businessman Paul Bailey, a British tycoon that had to make room for all three of his hypercars: the LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder.
To our understanding, Bailey is the first person to own all three of these new hypercars. In an article published by Daily Mail yesterday, Jan. 27, we learned that Bailey first owned his McLaren P1 and, in one day, added the LaFerrari and 918 Spyder to his collection. Above, you can watch a video of him talking about what it’s like to drive his P1, filmed by Supercar Driver.
According to the article, he drove his P1 to pick up the LaFerrari, which he ordered two years ago. After picking the Italian hypercar, he then drove 100 miles to pick up his 918 Spyder, which was driven by a friend who was traveling with him and his wife. In one day, he tripled his hypercar collection.
But, these three hypercars are not the entirety of his collection. Daily Mail also states that Bailey has an automotive collection consisting of around 30 supercars.
To put how amazing the ownership of these three cars is in dollars, their combined price is around $3.7 million. But, this price will surely appreciate throughout the years.
Stay with us for a documentary about Bailey’s hypercar trio expereince, which is being created by Supercar Driver.
Photos by: Riad Ariane