There are many ways to spend Halloween, but one of the hautest has to be racing around the Homestead Miami Speedway at the Prestige Imports’ Halloween Super Car Run. Powered by Lamborghini Miami, the race offers another kind of Halloween fun to super-car owning adults, eager to turn it out. Prestige Imports’ CEO Brett David and participants came in costume. David was decked out as Jared Leto’s Suicide Quad Joker, which made for plenty of spooky photo ops.
During the race, 100 supercar owners participated in a fun-fueled day with like-minded exotic car enthusiasts, enjoying a driving experience more thrilling than the most haunted of houses. The festivities began with an afternoon barbecue, car and costume viewings, photo opportunities and mingling at Lamborghini Miami. Guests admired each other’s costumes and cars while dining and between activities and relaxing in the Jetsmarter and Hublot lounges at the event.
After everyone had had their fill, supercar run participants were led by police escorts and the Jetsmarter pace car to Homestead Miami Speedway for an evening at the track. The night offered drivers the unique opportunity to unleash the cars in a safe environment. Guests enjoyed a late night dinner at the track before wrapping up the evening as the best costume contest results were delivered.