By Mark Hodge @Mrhodgey
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In January, former telecoms magnate Paul Bailey drove his McLaren P1 (£866,000) to pick up his customised LaFerrari Ferrari (£1.2 million) which he then drove to buy his new Porsche 918 Spyder (£780,000).
Hypercars are high performance sportscars which have a limited production - making them rarer that normal supercars.
The three vehicles owned by Bailey are the world's most exclusive and sought after hypercars and have a collective value of nearly £3 million.
Bailey, who lives in the Rutland, East Midlands, drove with his wife Selena to a Nottingham Ferrari dealership to collect the latest version of the iconic Italian automobile.
The LaFerrari has a top speed of 217 mph and is Ferrari's fastest ever production road car.
The wealthy car enthusiast then drove his new sportscar to a Porsche dealership in Cambridge, with Selena taking the wheel of the McLaren – which also has a top speed of 217 mph.
Paul spoke glowingly about his high performance Porsche, which has a top speed of 211mph and a hybrid engine, as well as a customised key which costs nearly £1,000.
He said: “The exhaust vents on the Porsche are situated right beside your head, very close to the rear window, so the sound of this car is absolutely superb.
“Inside the car, unlike the Ferrari, it's a little more traditional - as the seat moves rather than the peddles.
“You have several different engine options, electric mode for when the vehicle starts, hybrid mode for the petrol engine and the battery, sports mode which starts the engine immediately and provides the benefit of electric power and we've got race mode as well.
“So you have a massive number of choices as to how the power is delivered.”