Former All Black captain Richie McCaw treated McLaren supercar fans to a guided chopper flight to Minaret Station yesterday.

The trip was part of the second-to-last leg of the McLaren EPIC tour of New Zealand.

Fans from around the world have driven from Auckland to Queenstown to pay tribute to the brand's Kiwi founder Bruce McLaren.

After arriving in Wanaka, participants boarded a fleet of choppers which McCaw led to Minaret Station. Once they touched down the guests tucked into a five-star meal before heading back to The Edgewater hotel.


The fleet of 32 supercars that make up the tour's convoy are collectively worth about $45 million.

Today, they boosted around Queenstown's Highlands Motorsport Park track at speeds of more than 250km/h.

The tours ends tomorrow.