Damn, I absolutely frickin' love DBR9s - but a DBR9 in Gulf livery? Zomg teh sexz!Sorry about the rubbish quality. to make up with it, here's some photos from Goodwood
and finally, always keep your wits about you with your camera at petrol stations...
Seriously, WTF?! What the hell would you get a Gallardo in such a shitty colour?Here's another Gallardo for those who are really blind and can't see the one above
*Poo Poo Gallardo*
^Definitely colour blind like me. Looks like it's green to me ><
In the words of Adam Savage: "I reject your reality and substitute my own!"Come on people, it's just poor lighting and probably a shitty camera.
Look at all the other cars in that lot, they're all 'weird' colours.
That's this year's Le Mans Livery. last year was the final time for the racing green ones. And yes. the Veyron is incredible. We had 3 at Goodwood, and the one they had on the hill came past us just at the point where the driver lifted off the power and put on the jumbo jet sized spoiler brake thing - and clipped the road surface!Damn, I absolutely frickin' love DBR9s - but a DBR9 in Gulf livery? Zomg teh sexz!
\Usually used to the British Racing green ones in PGR.
And a Veyron? Well, that's just damn hax... I've only seen it at the motor show, but I imagine seeing it in the flesh on public roads must be quite an experience.
Original from this website
For the three years from 18 - 21, you must display a red, square piece of plastic with a yellow |P| on it. This is known as a P plate. This plate must be visible in both the front and back windows of your car. This earns the driver the title of P-plater.