ANGRY petrolheads slammed American YouTubers Daily Driven Exotics during an epic fail mid-Gumball 3000 rally.
Car-loving Brits were angry at the content creators for seemingly snubbing a meet-up in the capital after driving from Scotland.
But they never showed up… due to a breakdown, SundayStar.co.uk can reveal.
Pictures show the online stars stranded at a petrol station while desperately working on their Italian sports car – miles from the event.
Taking to social media, one car-mad fan wrote: "Gumball3000 was a total disappointment.
"Went there at 5.30 only to spend 4hours and only seeing a [Lamborghini] countach and hooligans."
One attendee told SundayStar.co.uk: "The whole thing was a mess. Totally unorganised on the main road outside the main event in London."
The cars were travelling into London from Edinburgh before embarking on a European roadtrip.
Another attendee explained: "The actual Gumball checkpoint was organised, it was just the chaos on the road – everyone wanted to see DDE."
A third tweeted: "Glad I didn’t go just to see bog standard Aventadors Urus and 488s.
"Absolutely creasing at these comments at people who’ve waited all day."
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