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It's a cold, rainy day, but you don't care because you're in a garage, surrounded by some of the most expensive cars in the world.
Bugatti Chiron. McLaren Senna. Koenigsegg Agera RS. Pagani Huayra. The sheer amount of exotic titanium, carbon fiber, and magnesium hardware on display is convincing enough to deal with a little wind and water.
The inaugural Orange County Festival of Speed was a tremendous success. Held at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, the event featured some of the best cars around, but it also had a cause. All proceeds from this event benefit Special Olympics Southern California which provides year-round sports training and competition opportunities to children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Throughout the two-day event, ride-alongs were auctioned off and many were given the opportunity of a lifetime, riding shotgun in hypercars, such as a Pagani Zonda, while their contributions provided new opportunities for those affected by physical and mental disabilities.
HRE Wheels was on hand with a strong display of wheels, including the now infamous HRE3D+ wheel, the world's first 3D-printed titanium wheel in a collaboration with GE Additive. The HRE display car was a Lamborghini Aventador on HRE Forged Vintage 501 that was graciously provided by the owner, Chris N.
Boden Autohaus, an HRE authorized distributor, was also present with their stunning McLaren 720S on HRE R101 Lightweight, amongst other HRE-fitted cars that day.
For more action from that day, check out the photos above.