Segrave supercar club offers only the fastest, most wanted metal
22 October 2007

What would you do with £21,000? Buy a Golf GTi? Put a deposit on a house? Well, you could buy entry to the Segrave Club.An exclusive supercar club that claims to offer a different experience to the numerous other equally extravagant supercar clubs out there, Segrave addresses the issue of members being unable to use the most in-demand cars at peak times.Segrave only offers the very best supercars in a tiered system. The £21k membership fee gives you access to three out of four tiers, which include a Ferrari 599GTB, Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, Aston Martin DBS and Porsche 911 GT2. You get 5000 miles of usage included in the fee, as well as access to members-only track days and tuition, and even the opportunity to go ice driving.For the truly well off, an extra £20k will get you 'SP membership'. This includes use of a Rolls-Royce Phantom, Mercedes SLR McLaren and Porsche Carrera GT.

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Ferrari 599

The Ferrari 599 offers mind-blowing pace and handling. Quite possibly the best Ferrari of its generation

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