Astonishing fleet of supercars take on Nurburgring
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He is known as one of the wealthiest men on the planet and the billionaire Russian owner of Chelsea FC.
And now Roman Abramovich has shown off his incredible car collection while driving with his friends at the Nurburgring race track in Germany.
It is the first time that Mr Abramovich has made a public appearance in the high end vehicles, which experts estimate are collectively worth $15.4million.
The Ferrari 488 GTB
The owner of the German race track is Mr Abromovich's former business partner and fellow Russian oligarch Viktor Kharitonin, who invited his friend to attend a two-day race event.
And among the cars that the 49-year-old took to Germany was a rare Pagani Zonda R, of which only 15 have ever been produced and come with a price tag of $4.5million.
Another car on display was the Ferrari FXX, a prototype supercar, which is also owned by F1 driver Michael Schumacher, who drove it on an episode of Top Gear in 2009 dressed as the Stig.
Pagani Zonda R
Mr Kharitonin became the owner of the track in 2014 and during the two-day event, it was closed to the public so the businessmen were not disturbed by anyone else.
Tatiana Golovlyovo, an instructor at the prestigious track, said: 'Usually track days are organised for the owner of the Nurburgring, Viktor Kharitonin.
'This is an exclusive event for the owner and his friends, nobody else apart from the staff and crew working for event can enter the property.'
Ms Golovlyovo noted that until this event, nobody had ever seen so much of Abramovich's collection, which also includes a Bugatti Veyron, a Ferrari 488 GT3, a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3, a Lamborghini Reventon, an Aston Martin Vulcan, and many more.
According to reports, the businessman, who is thought to be worth $15.6billion, spent the whole first day racing on the 'Nordschleife' ('Northern Loop'), which is the longest section of the Nurburgring at 13 miles.
On the second day, the businessmen spent their time on the much shorter GP Strecke, which is 3.2 miles long.
During the event the Russian moguls also tested the entire range of Porsche sports cars, as well as single-seated 'Formula-BMW' vehicles.