When you think of supercars you think of the Netherlands. Oh, wait a minute, that’s actually one of the last places many people think of. It’s ahead of African countries and Canada, of course, but that’s not saying a whole lot. So when we heard that a supercar drive was taking place in the land of the Dutch, we were a tad shocked.
The Supercar Drive, as it’s called, is in its first year and basically, people from across the country take their really expensive machines on an 80 kilometer drive. While the weather might not be Georgia beautiful, clouds and rain wouldn’t stop drivers and passengers from having a great time.
It’s not the cars that make this event exciting, it’s why they’re all there. The drive will help raise money for the Orange Babies, a group dedicated to helping mothers and babies with AIDS from around the world. It’s not often you think of supercar owners helping a cause, but in this case you can.
Check out all of the videos we compiled after the jump!