Horacio Pagani is the Argentine-born supercar maker who's responsible for some of the most insane vehicles on the planet.
The Italian hypercar company that bears his name has given us the Zonda, the Huayra, and a number of variations on both. Mr. Pagani clearly loves spirited driving, and he recently showed his enthusiasm for more than just his brand by way of a celebration of all things Porsche.
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YouTube supercar fanatic Marchettino caught Horacio and his family attending a Porsche festival. The Pagani clan arrived driving a Carrera GT, a 918 Spyder, and a Cayman GT4. All were taken out on the track, and it seems that all were properly enjoyed. In this video, Horacio himself can be seen hopping behind the wheel of all three cars, all of which belong Pagani's much larger car collection.
Marchettino states that Pagani is a true enthusiast. His collection also plays host to a Gulf-liveried Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] GT, a Shelby Mustang, and a Lamborghini Countach, among others.
While his company makes use of the mighty Mercedes-AMG-sourced V-12 engines, Horacio Pagani clearly has a soft spot for horizontally opposed engines.