Oliver Webb is 24, but he’s already living the dream.
Webb is an award winning racecar driver, the current European Le Mans champion and an official test driver for BAC, and yesterday, July 21, he partnered with the British organization Supercar Driver to host a Supercar Day track day. The turn out for the event included a Pagani Huayra, Porsche 918 Spyder, a fair share of McLaren P1s and Ferrari F40s, a 458 Speciale, Mercedes SLS AMG and, of course, the BAC Mono.
“20 of the most elite and rare Supercars/Hypercars joined forces to create one of the most spectacular driving experience’s [sic] seen in Europe,” described Webb in an email, sharing a video of his time chasing a P1 around the Anglesey track. Added to YouTube today, the video, above, shows a fair match up – though the P1 may have an advantage on straightaways, the Mono definitely takes over when it comes to corners.
Another video added to YouTube today by Webb shows us a preview of the full track day, and you can check it out below. Supercar Driver will be releasing a longer, more in-depth video from the event, which certainly seems to be one of the most successful supercar gatherings in quite some time. A photo added to their Facebook page today shows seven of these supercars in action, and we can’t wait to see more.
Take a moment to give both of these videos a good look over, and when you’re finished, pick out your own supercar to take to the next Supercar Day from our exclusive inventory.
(Source: YouTube, Facebook, Oliver Webb)