We’d kill for a McLaren P1, Porsche 918, or LaFerrari. This guy owns all three

Few people in the world will ever get the chance to drive, much less own a McLaren P1, Porsche 918, or LaFerrari. Englishman Paul Bailey happens to have all three.

Having already possessed the keys to a brilliant Volcano Orange P1, Bailey set off to complete the holy trinity on January 24th with his wife Selena and news outlet Supercar Driver in tow.

First on the schedule was the Italian LaFerrari, which required a short drive to a lot in Nottingham, U.K. Of course, they made the voyage in the stunning P1, because why not. Bailey’s example was actually the first ever to be delivered in the U.K. and only the second globally.

Once the extravagant, Rosso Fiorano-clad Ferrari was signed off, the duo traveled to a Porsche dealership in Cambridge to complete the trio. 918 Spyder in tow, Bailey and his impressive entourage pranced down the motorway in a fashion that few others can do. As of this writing, each supercar is sold out.

Green with envy yet? Bailey, who calls himself a “serial supercar collector,” also owns a Porsche Carrera GT and Ferrari Enzo. Yeah, we kinda hate him too.

Supercar Driver also said that a 15-minute documentary detailing Bailey’s purchases is on the way, with a trailer debuting soon.

If you’re like us, you can’t get enough of these high-priced hybrid wonders. Top Gear Series 22 is currently underway, which will likely a full-length comparison video of all three cars. Top Gear Magazine released a short driving clip of the trio last week, which gives us another tasty look at the cars in action.

As for Mr. Bailey? You can learn more about him and his Volcano Orange P1 in the video below.

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