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Ferrari fans flock to e25 party

e25 launch party fractional supercar clubFractional supercar club ecurie25 held a party last night to unveil the latest addition to its fleet – a Ferrari 458 Italia, one of just 10 in the UK.

Around 500 guests attended the event, at e25's clubhouse in King's Cross, London, and the anticipation mounted as the champagne flowed, while the new car sat under wraps in the middle of the room.

Several other e25 cars, including Lamborghinis, Ferraris and a Nissan GTR were on display, as well as Harley Davidson motorbikes, and stands displaying top-end clothing, watches, jewellery and mobile phones.

Shortly after the impressive black 458 was revealed amid a throng of photographers, e25 pulled a rabbit out of the hat by driving a second, red, 458 into the clubhouse, its throaty engine noise cutting across the guests' chatter and house music soundtrack.

e25 Ferrari 458 Italia fractional supercarThe eight-cylinder 458 is Ferrari's replacement for the 430, and was described by the BBC's Top Gear as “absolutely breathtaking”.

If you haven't seen one of these stunning machines in the flesh, come to the Fractional Life Expo 2010, where e25 will be bringing the 458 along, and staging a competition which will see the lucky winner driving it for a day.

Chirag Shah, e25's CEO will also be speaking at the forthcoming Shared Ownership and Fractional Summit Middle East, which is being held at the Yas Hotel in Abu Dhabi on November 23 and 24 2010.

Ecurie25 has branches in London, Surrey, Leeds and Northern Ireland and will soon be expanding into Australia and Dubai. It regularly organises track days and social events for members, who have access to the latest supercars, including models from Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, Maserati, Bentley and Jaguar. A range of membership options is available.



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