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Show stopping supercars bring central London to a standstill

Show stopping supercars bring central London to a standstill - News

It's not every day you get to see £1.6million worth of supercars, even in central London, but that's exactly what tourists were treated to on Sunday evening as Ferrari 488s, 360 Spiders as well as Lamborghini Aventadors, Huracans and Gallardos gridlocked Picadilly Circus.

The meet, made up predominantly of drivers from super car customisation company Kream Developments, lasted around 15 minutes before police were called to clear the area and get traffic flowing through the capital once again.

When speaking to the Telegraph, Kash Ahmad of Kream Developments said the meets had been going on for around 15 years.

"We like to keep it very intimate because of the typical riff-raff people that try to join and get involved and ruin it for the rest of us.

"We don’t make the crowds jump out like that - they do it and it just becomes gridlocked. Yeah, we start revving the engines to give everyone a bit of a show, but all of us are hard-working individuals." He said.

Don't worry if you missed the supercar action in London on Sunday, you can visit our supercar driving experience section and book yourself in to a thrilling day of supercar action.

19 September 2016
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