This incredible video captures two of the world’s most high-powered supercars racing each other through the tunnels at Manchester Airport.
Filmed by a passenger in the vehicle behind, the footage shows a white Lamborghini Aventador taking on a black Bugatti Veyron on an empty stretch of theA538 Wilmslow Road.
The 30-second clip shows the cars battling for position in the exact spot where footballer Cristiano Ronaldo wrote off his Ferrari in 2009 after crashing it into a roadside barrier in the tunnel.
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Supercars: The Bugatti Veyron, right, and Lamborghini Aventador outside the tunnel near Manchester Airport
Race: The £1.2million Bugatti is filmed speeding past the camera in the deserted right-hand lane
Challenge: With a roar of the engine, the Lamborghini, which costs £260,000 comes up from behind
The £1.2million Bugatti – which can reach top speeds of more than 250mph – is seen coming up on the right-hand lane before zooming ahead and crossing in front.
Approach: The Laborghini catches up with the Bugatti – which can reach speeds of more than 253 mph
Dead heat: The two supercars pull in front of the camera car – which was travelling at 50mph
Taking the lead: In a swift movement, the Lamborghini zooms ahead of the Bugatti and drives out of the tunnel
The men rolled their windows down to hear the roar of the cars as they sped off in front of them, capturing the deafening sound of the engine on camera.
He added: ‘We were doing 50mph so you can only imagine how fast they were going’.
In 2009, Ronaldo, then a Manchester United player, made headlines when he crashed his Ferrari on the A538 Wilmslow Road.
In 2009, footballer Cristiano Ronaldo made headlines when he crashed his Ferrari on the A538 Wilmslow Road