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Meet the first guy in UK to collect the Holy Trinity of hypercars

Meet the first guy in UK to collect the Holy Trinity of hypercars

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blogentry-133713-0-43402500-1424667343_thumb.jpgPaul Bailey recently became the first person in UK to collect the Holy Trinity of hypercars, namely the McLaren P1, the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder. Watch the video below as he drives his 14-month old McLaren P1 which is the first UK unit, to collect his LaFerrari before driving both cars to collect his Porsche 918 Spyder.

According to dailymail.co.uk - Paul Bailey is a businessman who made S$58 million when he sold his phone-conferencing firm and the total cost of the three cars are more than S$6 million. It is also said that he has more than 30 other supercars in his collection.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-s7UiQ3sOwI

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are you a Christian?

 

If not, please be more sensitive on your description of the three car, and what so holy about these three car.

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Yup, much thanks to @Macrosszero for the explanation.

 

are you a Christian?

 

If not, please be more sensitive on your description of the three car, and what so holy about these three car.

 

Its just a figure of speech - they use the same phrase to refer to three must-have lenses in every professional photographer's kit.

 

 

http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2013/09/05/the-nikon-d800-and-the-holy-trinity-of-lenses-by-valerio-trigari/

 

Similar religious phrases have been borrowed from other religions and used in common figure of speech anyway......

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