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EXPERTS IN BESPOKE FINANCE FOR SUPERCARS, LUXURY AND CLASSIC CARS


Specialists in high-end supercar, race car & luxury car financing, Supercar Finance offer highly competitive rates for all prestige manufacturers. Bespoke finance options to suit all buyers, private or commercial. With free quotes available, Supercar Finance has over 20 years car financing experience with a UK-based customer service.

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Hire purchase is a simple, straightforward way to allow you to spread the cost of buying your new car.

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With Variable Rate Options, we can link your interest to a base rate with a Balanced Payment Plan, or charge interest on the reducing capital balance with a Day To Day facility.

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We offer our clients a range of equity release schemes whereby you can borrow against the value of one of your current vehicles.

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A Balloon Payment can often be built into the agreement to bring down the monthly payments.

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A Finance Lease allows use of the vehicle whilst paying a rental rather than a repayment.

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So the 69th running of the Formula One World Championship ended yesterday with Lewis Hamilton's 11th win of the season with victory in Abu Dhabi while his team, Mercedes, secured the World Constructors' Championship title. Hamilton clinched his fifth Drivers' title at the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix, with the team securing its fifth consecutive Constructors' title at the following race. Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel finished runner-up, 88 points behind Hamilton, with his teammate Kimi Räikkönen finishing third. In the Constructors' Championship, Mercedes finished 84 points ahead of Ferrari, with Red Bull Racing third. Hamilton was flawless in Abu Dhabi, in a dramatic race which saw Nico Hulkenburg walk away from a fire in his flipped car, a potentially horrific accident.
The race was also Fernando Alonso's swansong in F1.
Only 110 days until Melbourne and the 2019 campaign. A sixth title for Hamilton? We shall see.
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So the 69th running of the Formula One World Championship ended yesterday with Lewis Hamiltons 11th win of the season with victory in Abu Dhabi while his team, Mercedes, secured the World Constructors Championship title. Hamilton clinched his fifth Drivers title at the 2018 Mexican Grand Prix, with the team securing its fifth consecutive Constructors title at the following race. Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel finished runner-up, 88 points behind Hamilton, with his teammate Kimi Räikkönen finishing third. In the Constructors Championship, Mercedes finished 84 points ahead of Ferrari, with Red Bull Racing third. Hamilton was flawless in Abu Dhabi,  in a dramatic race which saw Nico Hulkenburg walk away from a fire in his flipped car, a potentially horrific accident. 
The race was also Fernando Alonsos swansong in F1.
Only 110 days until Melbourne and the 2019 campaign. A sixth title for Hamilton? We shall see.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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very well done lewis I win 26. on you wining good man xx

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