If you're still on the fence about whether or not you'd like to buy a Bugatti Chiron, you had better act fast. That's because there are less than 100 slots left on the build list – and you can expect to have your car delivered sometime in 2022.

However, if you are still unsure, Bugatti has an incredible opportunity for its potential clients. At Bugatti's behest, racing driver and Le Mans class winner Pierre-Henri Raphanel will be giving rides in the Chiron and Chiron Sport around the famous Circuit Paul Ricard.

Bugatti Chiron Circuit Paul Ricard

Of course, we're kidding – we all know that Bugatti barely has to lift a finger to sell the Chiron. While any other manufacturer would use an event like this to drum up interest and sell cars, it seems like Bugatti is doing this for the same reason they do anything – because they can.

If we're being completely honest, most Bugatti Chiron owners won't exercise their cars like this. Instead, their cars will live pampered, climate-controlled lives in high-end garages, only brought out for the occasional supercar rally or evening on the town.

Bugatti Chiron Circuit Paul Ricard

There's nothing wrong with that, of course. However, this event gives those owners a chance to experience that car's full capabilities from the passenger seat with a bona fide expert behind the wheel. We may not be fortunate enough to own a Bugatti of our own, but even we know that that sounds like a great time.

Calling Pierre-Henri Raphanel an expert is a bit of an understatement. He's been Bugatti's official test driver for years, and, back in 2010, he was behind the wheel when the Bugatti Veyron set a production car speed record of 267.85 miles per hour. There is perhaps no person in the world more qualified to give Chiron thrill rides around a race track.

Gallery: Bugatti Chiron at Circuit Paul Ricard