India’s CannonBall Club recently organised a drive to the Yamuna Expressway, the longest six-lane controlled-access expressway in the Asian country. The members initially gathered at a hotel in Lutyens’ Delhi before heading out the outskirts of the capital city.

Around 20 odd cars made it to the drive. These included the Audi RS5 and the R8, the BMW M3, Porsche 911, Lamborghini Gallardo and the Huracan, Ferrari 458, the Bentley Continental GT, Jaguar XKR-S and even a Rolls-Royce Ghost. The Maserati Delhi dealership also took part with its Ghibli, Quattroporte and GranTurismo. The drive was typically organised so the owners could enjoy the true potential of their cars as the roads within Delhi barely allow them to do so.

Bolstering over 200 exotics in total, CBC is arguably India’s biggest supercar club and it ended 2015 on a promising note. New members joined the club and the latter now boasts five Huracans in Delhi alone. Apart from that, CBC also got its first 458 Speciale (India’s second) and a F12 Berlinetta. Furthermore, apart from expanding in number, CBC organised 12 supercar drives and took part in four events in 2015. For next year, it is planning events in major cities across India and in Dubai as well.

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