Driving back from breakfast on Sunday morning I noticed a Lamborghini in front of me and then one behind me. A Lambo sandwich.
Nothing that unusual in West London tbh.
Driving further, I noticed more "supercars" and then the street became full of young men taking photos, selfies, filming on GoPros and flying camera drones. I had driven straight into Supercar Sunday. In my beaten up Prius.
I think supercar sunday is a fairly regular community meeting up in fancy cars, but this one was sponsored a bit by HR Owen who provided some extra fancy cars to swell the ranks.
This is a textbook example of one of those phenomena you know nothing about but when you stumble upon it's glaringly obvious why and how it would exist. And they are everywhere online, obviously.
The Lambo behind me was driven by Yiannimize who's a famous Supercar YouTuber. 700k subscribers. Also driving around was Lenny The Geeza. 142k followers on Insta. It's hard to tell whether they make a living out of this and the own the cars, or they work somewhere related to these cars and just drive them around and document it on social media for fun.
Who cares. It seemed to me like everyone was having a nice time.
Watching one of the YouTubes I spotted me driving through the crowd in my beaten up Prius, as shown in the diagram below.
More pics here if you're into that.