Aficionados can get first crack at driving the latest sports cars around the Riviera

Revo 250, a car club set up by ex-racer John Llewellyn, gives fast-car aficionados first crack at driving the latest sports cars around the Riviera. Members sign up for a e7,500 ($9,200) fee, then buy points giving them driving privileges on a fleet of cars that rotate around the club’s four current locations — Cote d’Azur, Milan, Geneva and Marbella. Tool around town in a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder or a Bentley Continental Flying Spur. Want to extend the fantasy? Membership also applies to the club’s fleet of yachts, including the ultra-fast Mangusta 92, which comes complete with captain and lovely hostess. www.revo250.com.

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