With so many sporting activities that exist today, which is the ultimate sporting activity and why? Not forgetting health, which is also a closely related issue that should be amongst our top priorities.
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Owen Hargreaves' BMW Z4
The Canadian-Welsh-German England international has made his name being versatile, and his choice of car reflects this very well - sporty but streetwise. He may find his BMW harder to keep hold of if he moves to Manchester rather than spend life in sunny Bavaria.
David Beckham's Mercedes CLK Cabrio
Whether shopping in Madrid's top designer stores, hunting for Victoria's jewellery in Kensington or looking for a new house in LA, the England skipper always manages to look cooler than thou in his runaround Mercedes Cabrio.
Ashley Cole's Audi TT
Ashley is a speedy defender who few can get past - likewise, few move faster than the Audi TT especially when Ash and his lovely wife Cheryl are being hounded by the dastardly Press. He ought however to stop chatting on the phone while he's driving, though on only 55k a week at Arsenal it's hardly surprising he was so upset.
Frank Lampard's Mercedes G-Class
Lamps is known for covering over 12 miles per match in the Chelsea midfield - he'd be hard-pressed to move that much in a day in the King's Road in his gas-guzzling Mercedes.
Rio Ferdinand's Ferrari
Did Rio forget something yet again? Maybe a rather puzzled looking Mr Ferdinand can't even remember which of his legion of cars he's in today.
Thierry Henry's Mercedes McLaren SLR
'Terry Henry' is one of the world's most speedy and stylish predators, and he evidently likes his cars to be elegant and snake-hipped too - both leave their rivals eating dust. But even Thierry has to work hard to create an opening for a parking space in Hampstead.
Ryan Giggs' Mercedes
Poor Giggsy - always watching the major international tournaments on the telly while his Champions League mates are all there. Perhaps he'll choose to go for a long drive in his stylish Merc when England are on next time.
Michael Owen's Jaguar XJ
Michael Owen and Jaguar have a lot in common. English, known all over the world, swift, and always good for the big occasion. However, of late Owen has been more like the Formula 1 Jaguars - lacking pace and unable to finish.
Wayne Rooney's Sportka
He may now dash around in all manner of luxurious voitures ferrying Coleen around the shops, but when Rooney first made his name at Everton he was as proud as punch to get his first car - a Ford Sportka as nippy and full of youthful vigour as the Roon himself.
David Beckham's Ferrari
Becks' garage may resemble the pit lane at Le Mans, but of all his sporty numbers this is thought to be his own personal favourite - and let's face it, he has always resembled nothing so much as a prancing horse.
One of Beck's latest acquisitions was a $206,400(£110,000) Lamborghini Gallardo which he wasted no time putting through its paces. Moreover he bought a colossal $103,200 (£55,000) Hummer H2 recently and additionally spent $33,800 (£18,000) on extra lavish accessories. Apart from these cars, he does keep a few 'sensible' cars, including a Mercedes S500 and a $312,080 (£166,000) Bentley Arnage, which he used to pick up his OBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2003. That car has a 6.75-litre V8 engine and comes complete with leather baby-seats. Hold on to your breath, cause here we come with the list of the all luxurious cars owned by Beckham- a custom built Ferrari 360 Spyder costing around $215,550 (£114,650), a Ferrari 550M, a Porsche 911, a Range Rover Vogue, an Aston Martin DB7, a Lincoln Navigator, a TVR Cerbera, Porsche 911 Turbo, a Land Rover 4.6 HSE, a Chrysler Grand Voyager, a Jaguar XKR and a bunch of armor plated BMWs (750i, 540i, X5) usually reserved for his minders. How can we forget the Porsche Boxster too!
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