Estoril is a Portuguese freguesia – a town in the municipality of Cascais, counting 27.000 inhabitants. 31 kilometres from Lisbona, it is the home of the racetrack that hosted 13 Formula One Grand Prix, from 1984 to 1996. From April 3rd to April 8th, this small Portuguese village hosted a new international attraction: Pirelli has chosen it as the location to introduce the third generation of P Zero tyre.

P Zero is a perfect fit for the sleekest, most prestigious cars: Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, Porsche, Mercedes AMG, Audi, Maserati, Tesla, Jaguar, BMW, they all tested Pirelli newest top product. The morphology of the Estoril racetrack offered a perfect venue for the new P Zero test runs, with its balance of climbs, slopes and race symmetries. The Portuguese racetrack was always a favourite among pilots, thanks to its long and frequent straights and its legendary parabolic curve, which pushes every car to maximum speed.
And it was the perfect place to shoot these supercars. taking advantage of endless point of views and dramatic weather changes.

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