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P1 rescue plan

29 Apr 2009
Lamborghini LP640

Members of the closing P1 supercar club can take advantage of a rescue plan


The UK’s oldest supercar club, P1, went into administration recently but members may be able to rest easy with news of a rescue package.

Former managing director of P1 (North) Limited, Nick Bailey has teamed up with Richard Brittle, chief executive of Brittle Motor Group Limited in order to launch their immediate rescue plan for the previous members of P1.

Nick and Richard have formed their new club, GP1 Supercar Club Limited. They wish to honour 100 per cent of any lost points (up to a maximum of 1000) that any member of P1 (North) has remaining on the basis that they renew their membership with GP1 Supercar Club. In order to protect new members they are offering an 11-month payment plan. Without such a rescue plan all points / credits will be lost and become worthless.

Offices for GP1 Supercar Club are already located in Manchester city centre, Birmingham city centre, Mayfair Detroit and Staffordshire. Their extensive fleet is already active, with cars from Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Rolls Royce.

If you are a current P1 member and wish to discuss your own rescue package e-mail Nick on [email protected]

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