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Supercar Burnch at the Ritz Cartlon with the Exotic Owner's Club 

     Our Sunday gathering with the Exotic Owner's Club started in the parking lot of the Coconut Point mall. The weather was absolutely perfect and was a brilliant reminder as to why we all lived in Southwest Florida. One after another, each car arrived in style with their exhaust notes letting everyone in the vicinity know there was some serious horsepower rolling into the lot. We were the first, driving in a stunning Bentley GTC (finished in Tiffany blue), provided by Naples Luxury Imports. Next, our favorite yellow Lamborghini Aventador Spyder made its entrance. Shortly after, the crew from Black Horse Motors arrived in a trio of Ferraris; a 355 Spyder, 360 Challenge Stradale and 430 with Novitec options galore. The stream of cars continued with a variety of additional Ferraris, Maserati, AMG tuned Mercedes, Nissan GTR and more.

 

     After a few minutes of catching up with friends and fellow exotic car enthusiasts, we were on our way. This was perhaps the highlight of a very stellar day. Thousands of horsepower started up and exited the Coconut Point complex with a thunderous roar. Heads turned, grown men pointed and little babies cried in terror. Well, that's not true...the baby part at least. It goes without saying we were absolute rock stars driving through the shopping area. The caravan of exotics headed out the back exit and made our way toward the interstate. Each car had its own unique sound that was an absolute symphony to the ears. Passing cars had smart phones dangling out their windows trying to capture the spectacle on video.

 

     This was really cool. Amazingly cool.

 

     We arrived at the Ritz Carlton and were greeted by a wonderfully friendly staff. The line of exotics were parked all along the entrance to the grand resort. It was time to eat.The great thing about the Exotic Owner's Club is the camaraderie amongst its members. Sure. It's a blast to drive around in a large group of exotics. With that said, it makes the experience much more enjoyable when it's a truly friendly group of people.The remainder of our time was spent enjoying the simply delectable brunch at the Ritz. We very much look forward to our next excursion with the Exotic Owners Club.

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