“The finest training…

the first choice for footballers.”

Former England international,

Emile Heskey


©2014 The Supercar Academy

Nick Freeman is Britain's highest profile lawyer.

He has won more cases and attracts more media attention than any other lawyer practising in this country today.

Famous for forming winning, quirky and innovative defences - even when a case appears indefensible, Nick has revolutionised the way in which law - particularly motoring law - is practised.

Nicknamed “Mr Loophole” by the press for his success in using legal technicalities to get clients acquitted, Nick Freeman’s clients include Ronnie O'Sullivan, Caprice, Jimmy Carr, Wayne Rooney, Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham.

A high profile proponent of the importance of driver education and skills improvement, Nick is an enthusiastic supporter of the Academy’s aims.



“A viable, professional solution to tackling high performance driving issues has been a long time coming, so I welcome The Supercar Academy’s commitment to addressing the problem.


“I am delighted to lend my support for this exciting and novel concept and look forward to seeing the results.”


Nick Freeman



Former England international and Aston Villa forward Emile Heskey is one of only six players who qualify for membership of the exclusive 'Premier League 500 Club' - those who have played 500 matches in the competition.

Emile began his careeer with hometown club Leicester City, making a Premier League debut against Queens Park Rangers at just 17.  He became a first-team regular in 1995-96 and, in 2000, won the League Cup twice before signing for Liverpool for a record £11m.

In his first complete season on Merseyside, Emile featured in 36 Premier League games and won The FA Cup, League Cup and UEFA Cup. He subsequently moved to Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa.

He made his England debut against Hungary in April 1999 and earned 62 caps, scoring seven goals.


Emile joined the England squad for the 2000 and 2004 European Championships, as well as the 2002 World Cup. After three years away from the international set-up, he was recalled for the national side's Euro 2008 qualifying campaign.

Emile retired from international football after the 2010 FIFA World Cup, having attained 62 caps and scored seven goals for his country. He now plays for Australia’s Newcastle Jets.


“I applaud the Academy for encouraging the development of players’ driving skills.  By providing specialist training and post-training support, it is cultivating safer drivers and reducing the chance of accidents that could cut short their careers.  

The added benefit of reduced motor insurance premiums is a bonus that the younger players in particular will welcome.”

Emile Heskey



The Art of the Loophole

Nick's book explains his unique approach to the law and in the process identifies his killer loophole principles which make it possible to win even in the face of almost certain defeat.


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