Tom Brady's supercars!

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Tom Brady's supercars!

Tom Brady, the GOAT of football, for the first year away from the New England Patriots, was able to triumph again, this time against the Kansas City Chiefs, with his Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in his seventh career triumph. The American champion has a supercar garage worth over $ 5 million with over 15 vehicles, including supercars, luxury sports cars, custom SUVs and a couple of family cars, which he shares with his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen.

Its garage includes: a Bugatti Veyron, a Rolls Royce Ghost, an Aston Martin DB11, an exotic Ferrari M458-T, an Audi R8, a Range Rover Hse Lux, a Cadillac Escalade, a Lexus GS, a Bmw X5 , an Audi S5 or a Lexus RX. His first car was an old 1967 Dodge Dart which he bought from his sister for just $ 200 and which he called a big wreck.

While the first real car is a 2004 Cadillac Escalade, bought for $ 350,000. The latest arrival in the garage is a Tesla Model S. The electric sedan includes the chrome delete package and tinted windows for driving incognito.

And it is rumored that it was Elon Musk who gave it to him. Among the electric cars in the quarterback's garage are also a Lexus GS 450H, a Cadillac Escalade Hybrid and a Lexus RX Hybrid.

Collin Morikawa idolized Tiger Woods

In the latest interview granted by Collin Morikawa for HBO, the American golfer talked abiut several topics, and especially his idol Tiger Woods.

He said: "You know, we all know the history of what happened. Facts are facts. But for a Tiger documentary, unless he was going to be the one narrating it, I really have no interest. To be honest, the best way you can get to know someone is by talking to them, right.

And for me to be able to ask Tiger personal questions, face-to-face, about golf, sports, family, whatever it may be, that's all that matters to me . I've idolized him and he's been a role model or a huge reason why I'm here today.

I've grown up watching Tiger my entire life, and all I could dream about when I was a little kid was to be able to play with him when he's on the PGA Tour, and I've made that dream a reality. When I watch him in his iron play, he's able to work the ball tremendously.

Every pin, every location on the green, he's able to work that shot and he's able to - he has full control of the golf ball and some of us might say we do. But he does it at ease, and every shot comes at ease and there's no extra effo rt to hit a certain-type shot. Hopefully I'm able to get my game there sometime."