Everyone wants to see how these three fair-off in a fair test, at the same time, at the same track and at the same weather/track/tire conditions – No excuses and no foul play. All of these hybrid supercars couldn’t be any different from each other, from RWD (rear wheel drive) to AWD (all wheel drive) and different petrol/electric amalgamations.
I’m not going to ruin the results, but I can’t say i was surprised by the winner here – at the end of the day with such cars there isn’t really a winner. I mean; you would already have a hard time deciding which one to buy if you had the option because they are all frankly stunning and beautiful machines.
The man who managed to make this happen was the British entrepreneur Paul Bailey who actually owns all three Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder and Supercar Driver who filmed the whole thing at the Silverstone Circuit while British touring driver Mat Jackson pushed each car during a hot lap to determine which could go the fastest.
A rather unsettling incident took place shortly after this film where Bailey crashed his Porsche 918 Spyder at the track meet in Malta causing injuries to 28 people including Bailey himself although everyone is safe and no deaths occurred.