'Supercar season' hits London - BBC News (youtube.com)
Published on Aug 19, 2015

It's
known as the 'supercar season', when some of the world's richest
descend on central London with their extraordinary cars in tow - but not
everyone is happy. The Victoria Derbyshire programme went to see what
is happening. The period from July to August when some of the world's
richest descend on Kensington and Chelsea in London, many with their
extraordinary cars in tow. The spectacle has caught the attention of car
fans and petrol-heads from around London and beyond, which means that
on a Saturday night in parts of the borough, the revving engines and
spectators cheering them can last well into the early hours. Now the
council is considering introducing a "supercar ASBO" to try and put an
end to the disruption - and give local residents a chance for a good
night's sleep. The Victoria Derbyshire programme's Robert Timothy headed
into the heart of Knightsbridge - on Sloane Street - to see what is
happening.

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