You don’t need to remind us how rare and exotic a McLaren F1 is. As a matter of fact, the moment you see one, you kind of feel like you’ve won the lottery. Of course, you didn’t really win any money so the sense of euphoria quickly goes away the moment the F1 zooms past you.
Now, imagine the looks on the faces of these people who were able to see the sight of, not just one McLaren F1, but 21 of them all in the same place at the same time live and up close. Yeah, 21 units of one of the world’s rarest four-wheeled machines together at the same place, at the same time.
It’s not as good as actually owning one, but for car enthusiasts that can’t afford one - that’s us - it’s about as close as it gets to an otherworldly experience.