If your average economy car is a brochure, a production supercar is the Mona Lisa; painstakingly crafted over decades of technological innovation. They’re usually built in extremely finite numbers, are ludicrously expensive, and are capable of demolishing purpose-built racecars around a track.
Because of their expensive and rare nature, most buyers tuck their supercars away in climate controlled garages only to be brought out on the nicest of Sundays. However, many would argue that as these cars were built for the track, they belong on the track. A gentleman who we only know by the name ‘Sandro’ would agree. Unlike me and you Sandro happens to be the lucky owner of a Porsche 918, a McLaren P1 and a Porsche Carrera GT.
What did our friend Sandro do with these automobiles? He brought them to a racetrack; the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Ontario, Canada to be specific, where a private track day was held. Can you think of a better use for three brilliant supercars, because I certainly cannot.