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IN PHOTOS: 60 Supercars Made Their Way Down To Malta Last Week, All In The Name Of Charity

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If you were out and about last weekend, you probably caught sight of some incredible supercars cruising around Malta’s streets.

The Onelife Rally is an automotive road trip that happens amongst some of the biggest car lovers in the world, including Malta’s very own Luke Chetcuti, which is the reason why the one-week long road trip ended right here in Malta.

 

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Car lovers were in awe when 60 supercars disembarked from Virtu Ferries to cruise around the island last weekend.

 

 

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Onelife Rally began in Dubrovnik, Croatia (also known as King’s Landing) where 60 car lovers and their vehicles travelled down through Europe…

 

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More than just an annual leisurely trip for motorheads, Onelife Rally is organised to encourage young people to achieve greatness in life and help each other become more successful.

 

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“We don’t lock our cars. We park them on the street so everybody can talk to the owners and kids can sit in the car. We hope it to be motivation for the youngsters to do something nice in life,” Onelife Rally founder Nik Papic told Lovin Malta.

 

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In keeping with its philanthropic efforts, the participants collect donations throughout their journey and this year it went to an extra-special cause.

“What we do is a joint venture when we collect money,” he said.

 

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“Some of the money our drivers give and some of the money we collect on each stop. This year we raised money for a foster home in Dubrovnik,” he said. 

 

 

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Though they may seem untouchable, the car enthusiasts are far from it, keeping their cars open and allowing children to sit and take photos alongside them, including Luke’s son too…

 

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