A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be able to join a drive day that allowed us to drive some of the best Supercars available in Australia. This drive day was hosted by a company called Prancing Horse Drive Experiences, and they host similar drive days in different locations around the country.
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This particular one started in Kiama on the New South Wales South Coast, less than 2 hours south of Sydney.
Sitting in the beautiful grounds of the Sebel Kiama, were our 5 amazing supercars.
We had a stunning red Ferrari 488 GTB, a dazzling white Lamborghini Huracan, a dark and sinister McLaren 650 S, a firey red Alpha Romeo 4C and the magnificant Godzilla, a Nissan GT-R.
Our first car of the day was the McLaren 650S, and what a car to start with. The McLaren was sophisticated, classy and super quick. For those of you that know Macquarie Pass, these tights turns were not match for the handling of the british supercar.
After about an hour we stopped for morning tea at the Robertson Cheese Factory before jumping into the Ferrari 488 GTB. The Ferrari was everything you’d expect from the iconic Italian brand. Winding our way around the empty, twisting roads of the south coast, there is no way I could’ve had more fun.
A brief stop on the side of the road to climb into the Nissan GT-R and unleash the raw, all wheel drive power.
By this time we had worked up a great appetite so it was off to Gerroa for lunch at the Blue Swimmer Cafe.
After a delicious lunch it was time for the BEAST…….the Lamborghini Huracan. Pure unadulterated V10 fun. I simply can’t compare this to anything I have ever driven before. Watch the video, you’ll see haha.
Then finishing off with the baby of the pack, the Alfa Romeo 4C. Half to engine size than many of the others, but still so quick and precise.
This drive day is easily one of the greatest things I have done, if you are a car lover, or you know someone that is, book a drive day with Prancing Horse. You won’t regret it!!!
Still photography by the very talented Erik Rosenberg