HARRODS OPENS SUPERCAR CLUB
Exclusive supercar access, but at a super price
Masterminded by Nick Hancock, The Segrave Club aims to offer the most exclusive motors and service you can get your hands on.
Established in response to claims that some clubs have too few of the cars people really want to drive, Segrave promise a members to cars ratio of 6:1, so your chances of getting what you want when you want it are significantly improved.
For your modest five grand joining fee, you get some high performance driving tuition including time spent driving on ice.
You are then asked to fork out 16k a year to get your hands on such delights as the 430 Scuderia, 911 GT2 and Aston DBS, while those who want the full-on supercar experience pay an extra four thousand to get behind the wheel of the club’s Carrera GT or MacMerc SLR.
The club is currently building a waiting list before going live in January next year, but for £25k initial outlay, after a whip-round in the PH office, we are still about £24,992.47 short.