Car show organized in Chennai to raise funds for cancer patients

Sunday, October 10, 2010

CHENNAI - A car show was organised here on Sunday, to raise funds for cancer patients and school buildings.

The Super Car Show featured 25 iconic classic cars.

“These cars are looked up by common man and a common man cannot see these cars easily. He can see a collection of cars at one place. So, with that thought, this is a very nice event and we hold it in a Radisson resort, which displayed 25 cars at a time. By this fair’s funding, the round table 94 projects, which help children with cancer,” said Vikram Cotah, Senior Vice-Chairman of Radisson Hotel.

Chairman of Raymonds Limited Gautam Singhania said that the objective is that people can meet different people and they can have fun.

“Ours is special interest of people who love cars, who come together and meet different people. The objective is that people meet different people, have fun, look at cars and the public can see the cars,” said Singhania.

Some of the most coveted and fastest luxury cars of the world like Ferrari, Audi, BMW, Lamborghini, Porsche, Rolls Royce, Bentley and Volkswagen were displayed, among others. (ANI)

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