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Podcast: Crisscrossing four European countries to drive the world’s fastest cars

Imagine driving nine of the world's fastest cars across four countries. That's what we did during the Full Throttle 2 trip. We chat about it on the Founders Podcast.

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Paul Maric
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The fourth episode of the Founders Podcast looks at our second Full Throttle trip.

If you liked our original Founders Podcast on Full Throttle 1 where we bolted off to Europe for one of the first drives in the Bugatti Veyron, we hope you’ll enjoy a few laughs as we take you back to Europe for the second instalment, when we got to drive nine of the world’s fastest cars across four countries.

While the first Full Throttle adventure drained us of cash, this one very did nearly wipe us out. Funny thing is, we wouldn’t have it any other way, as we got to drive supercars no-one else had driven before us, like the Veritas RS111, Brabham BT92, and GTA Spano from Spain. 

It was a wild ride that saw us run out of cash at a Spanish airport, after RyanAir slugged us for extra baggage as we tried to get to Sweden for a Koenigsegg drive and factory tour with Christian Von Koenigsegg himself. 

And, who would have thought we’d be drifting a twin-supercharged Audi R8 by ABT around tanks at a German military base, and then drag racing a BMW M5 on the tank firing range.

It was a rush, but hilarious at times. Strap in and enjoy the ride as we relive the early years.

This is another long, uncensored episode, so grab a beer or a coffee as we take you through it all!

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Paul Maric
Paul Maric

Paul Maric is an Australian car expert & automotive journalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Paul is co-founder of & formerly part of the CarAdvice founding team.

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