Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich shows of his €10m fleet of supercars for the first time 3 years ago

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich shows of his €10m fleet of supercars for the first time

Roman Abramovich obviously has money to burn.

The Chelsea owner is one of the richest men on the planet with a reported net worth of €10bn.

When he's not hiring and firing high profile managers, shelling out for multi-million pound players at Chelsea or paying off eye-watering divorce settlements, he's indulging in some of the finer things in life.

When you're a billionaire businessman with money burning a hole in your pocket, you have to get around in style.

We already know that he owns the world's second biggest superyacht - the €340m Eclipse - which can be seen floating around the Mediterranean.

It's quite evident that the Russian oil magnate likes to travel in style when he's back on dry land  too. He quite likes to get around in a flashy whip. Only it seems he can't choose between the Ferarris, Zondas and Lamborghinis of this world...so he just bought them all.

The Daily Mail gave us a glimpse of Abramovich's obscene car collection during a private track day he had around Germany's famous Nurburgring.

It's the first time the 49-year-old has showed off his fleet of ludicrously expensive supercars in public. But the two day race event with Nurburgring owner and former business partner Viktor Kharitonin saw him roll out some spectacular vehicles which were then unceremoniously unleashed around the 13-mile circuit.

Experts reckon the cars on show were worth around £8.5m. His impressive fleet included a rare Pagani Zonda R, of which only 15 have ever been produced valued at £2.5m.

He owns a Ferrari FXX, a prototype supercar, which is also owned by F1 driver Michael Schumacher as well as Bugatti Veyron, a Ferrari 488 GT3, a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3, a Lamborghini Reventon, an Aston Martin Vulcan, to name a few.

Still doesn't look as fun as a cruise around town in our mate Gaz's souped up Nissan Micra though...

https://youtu.be/opB9rYUTD6Q