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8 Jun 2015

Supercar clubs have been around for quite a few years, but none have been operating longer than Auto Vivendi. Originally ecurie25, the club became independent and went through a massive rebrand at the start of 2014, with a fresh, modern new look and big plans, which have recently come to fruition.

The first announcement was that in March they acquired VMax200, the premiere top speed event in the UK. Vmax200 is an invite only private coming together of likeminded people and extreme machinery with one goal: to achieve their maximum ground speed on a 2 mile, straight runway. And boy do they manage it – the last event – Vmax200 Hypermax included a McLaren P1, McLaren F1 GTR, Koenigsegg, Porsche Carrera GT, Ferrari Enzo and the first time a McLaren 650S was pitted against the Ferrari 458 Speciale months before any magazine. The man behind VMax200, Craig Williams joined Auto Vivendi and the club is already working on plenty more events and unique supercar ideas.

But this wasn’t enough for Auto Vivendi. They cater for the higher end of supercar, from the Ferrari California right up to the stunning Lamborghini Aventador Roadster with plenty in between, but they felt a few more supercars couldn’t do any harm so they acquired ClubGT last month. ClubGT is a club with some modern classic supercars like the Lamborghini Gallardo, Porsche 911 GT3 and Audi R8 and now it has been integrated with Auto Vivendi, offers a collection of 17 cars for members to enjoy.

So now with Auto Vivendi you can have a supercar club membership where you can indulge your every supercar whim, along with some incredible events like the VMax200 days, trips to the Monaco F1 GP, driving days, amazing private members events such as a Californian muscle car trip and a Super Jeep adventure to Iceland and many more. In addition Auto Vivendi have a private suite at the 02 so all bases are covered.

Memberships start at £12,500 for an Auto Vivendi membership and £5000 for a ClubGT level membership. Full information available here.

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