But for anyone at this track day, they got to witness those and many, many more all at once.
A Huayra, an Agera, two Veyrons, one McLaren P1 GTR, another P1, two LaFerraris… you get it. There are some awesome machines here.
Our only gripe with the ‘track day’ is that it seems to have been more of a show-and-shoot rather than a chance for people to actually blow out the cobwebs.
There are a few points where you get to indulge in some petrol-sourced audio goodness, but it’s short lived.
A couple more of the highlights we though were tasty are the Diablo being driven hard at 8:05 – we wish we could see more of that – and the line-up that tears past the camera from 7:18.
Possibly the biggest surprise appearance in the video is the incredibly rare Spanish Tramontana. The company builds bespoke supercars a few times a year and attaches unobtainable pricetags on them.
They’re obscure, but you get a good view of it a few times in the video, perhaps best at 6:18.
We don’t think anyone was setting lap times, but it looks like a good time was had regardless.
Just for fun, why don’t you have a go at totalling the value of this track day as per the RRP of each car?
Sometimes – just sometimes – money does buy happiness. Or at the very least, a berserk hypercar.