VMax 200's evoMax: video and gallery

What's it like to hit 207mph in a LaFerrari? And can a Bentley, four-up with the roof down, touch 200mph? Ride onboard...

Last month's evoMax was the first evo associated top speed event hosted by VMax 200. As one of the most exciting ways to legally and safely push your car to its top speed, VMax 200 events are fast becoming the best place to stretch the legs of super- and hypercars in the UK.

September's event received a fantastic turnout, with ultra-rare exotics including a Ferrari LaFerrari, Bugatti Veyron, Noble M600, Lamborghini Aventador and a whole host of other fast chargers turning up ready to hurtle down Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome's 2-mile runway. Even four of evo's own arrived in a Bentley Continental GT Speed convertible, aiming to hit 200mph four-up with the roof down...

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Watch the video above to ride onboard the LaFerrari as it rockets up to 207mph, and find out how our lads did in the drop-top Bentley on their 200mph attempt. We've also compiled 50 of our favourite images from the day to create an evoMax mega-gallery.


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