Owners of supercars from across the country have united to give one terminal cancer sufferer a day to remember.
Gavin Bailey was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer in October and was then given three to six months to live.
The 40-year-old is a car enthusiast and through social media, owners of supercars from across the country met Gavin at the Allia Future Business Centre car park at Peterborough United stadium, along with their cars.
Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin and McLaren supercars were just some of the cars Gavin got to get pictures with and be driven in.
Gavin, whose favourite was the Aston Martin, said: