Full Throttle in Europe – A Supercar Odyssey – Introduction
It’s 8:30 in the morning and I am sitting at Brisbane’s domestic airport waiting for my flight to Sydney. Nothing unusual about that, except that this time I am not just flying down to drive a Murcielago LP640 or an Aston, no, this time, we are going overseas.
I am not good with secrets, so it’s been extremely hard keeping my mouth shut about our overseas trip. After months and months of begging, fighting and planning, I can now confirm for you – our loyal readers – that CarAdvice is on its way to Europe to drive the world’s best, fastest and most expensive supercars.
CarAdvice has come a long way from just another car blog (thanks mainly to you and our passionate staff), today we are listed in the top three automotive blogs in the world and we are growing at a rapid rate both domestically and internationally – and we still have so much left to do – but that’s a different story altogether.
I won’t ruin it for you just yet, instead, I will let you work out which cars we are testing. These clues might help.
We are going to three countries:
One or two may be easy to guess, but there are some absolute serious weapons in the list.
Tony, Karl and I will be leaving the sunny skies of Sydney on Saturday but we have already sent our Guinea Pig (Paul) to Eastern Europe.
I will post more info before Saturday, but once we get over there expect nightly updates with pictures and a video compilation of all the cars when we come back.