Over 600 exotic supercars gathered at Beaulieu’s Supercar Weekend on the grounds of the National Motor Museum in Hampshire, UK. The two-day show included an incredible collection of road and track cars on demonstration during runs and displays. Drivers had a chance to test the acceleration and braking of their cars at Beaulieu’s Chestnut Avenue. Catch a glimpse of the action here:
The event also included the Supercar Sound-off on bothe days, giving a chance to the drivers and spectators to treat themselves with spine-tingling exhaust notes, which were also measured on the decibel meter.
A very special display by Classic Insurance Services was organised at the lawns of Palace House, where over 20 of the most classic and desirable cars were put on display.
Raising the German flag were the Mercedes-AMG GT S, BMW i8 and Porsche GT3 RS.
The British camp was also chock-full of stunning machines, including the McLaren 720S, Bentley Continental, Aston Martin DB11 and Jaguar F-Type SVR.
Moving towards the Italian display for world-leading performance cars, there were Ferrari 488 GTB, Lamborghini Huracan and Maserati GranTurismo.
Ford GT fans were treated to a special chance to behold the latest road-going version of this American supercar parked up next to its race-bred track version.
The Dodge Viper ACR, a 645bhp V10 monster, shared the American section with the very latest Ford Mustang GT500, vying for visitors’ attention with Japan’s track-proven Nissan GT-R NISMO, blistering Honda NSX and V8-powered Lexus LC 500.
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