Hardcore RS could’ve wiped ’em all, but we’ll never know, as the demo just missed the dates.
As ever, we asked, but Ferrari isn’t too keen on playing in multi-car competitions.
Baby Lambo was sadly otherwise booked; we’ll be getting in early for 2016.
Supercharged Clubby will be on the grid for 2016, having missed out by weeks this year.
With every car sold to customers, it’s not surprising that press 675LTs are thin on the ground.
Missed out on timing, but could be a potential 2016 champ – if it shows up, of course. timing
It was booked, but PCOTY was a bit too close to the local launch, so it was pulled last minute.
Another that missed by a couple of weeks. Unlikely to have been at the pointy end, anyhow.
Sadly, both 4C press cars had some bad luck, so there wasn’t one available for PCOTY.
As mad as a box of frogs, but would’ve been seriously out of its depth at PCOTY.
No manuals yet, and those who had driven it reckoned it would’ve been an also-ran.
A January 2016 launch means it’ll be present and correct for next year’s contest.
Another that missed out on timing, though we had the 1.5 locked in already anyway.
Porsche had a car, but wouldn’t risk it weeks before the local launch. Fair enough, too.
Twin-motor Tesla just missed the dates and would’ve struggled with range.