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Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918

For the most part, being an auto journalist is not the dream job you think it is. Work all you want, but you won't earn enough money to buy a Ferrari. Car companies won't throw supercars with fresh rubber at you every week and the most fun you're ever going to have on a daily basis is likely some sort of SEAT.
Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918 7 photos
Photo: Tom Ford on Twitter
Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918Epic Car Wash Has All the Hypercars: P1, LaFerrari and 918
Yet sometimes, when all the stars are in alignment, something amazing happens, something you feel like talking the proverbial grandchildren about.

This photo expresses that very clearly, showing three of the most exciting cars on the planet getting a thorough scrubbing after a day of spitting asphalt and rubber at each other.

We're talking about the Porsche 918 Spyder, the Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren's P1, all three being classed as hypercars and all striving to claim the pinnacle of automtive engineering. Individually, they are amazing, but together, they're almost too much to look at.

This photo was recently posted on Twitter by Tom Ford, whom you might remember as one of the TV presenters from Fifth Gear. Yes, the one with longer blond hair and a beard. He's working for Top Gear now and is involved in a 3-way duel between our favorite hypercars.

And did you know Tom has a degree in philosophy, or that he did a brief stint with a circus? The more you know!
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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