By Aliki Kraterou For Mailonline
Published: 10:10 BST, 10 October 2020 | Updated: 10:27 BST, 10 October 2020
A supercar send- off including Lamborghinis and Audis was formed to mark the funeral of father- of-four who died in a crash during a police chase.
Nearby pubs have also been closed 'on the advice of the authorities' and a road has been blocked for the wake.
Up to 50 mourners gathered in Lowton near Golborne from Thursday afternoon to mark the death of Paddy Connors.
The 36-year-old father-of four died with his friend Tommy Sharp, 29, during a police chase last month.
Up to 50 mourners gathered in Lowton near Golborne to mark the death of Paddy Connors
It comes after almost 200 mourners flouted coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, gathering into a marquee for Sharp's wake.
Under current coronavirus rules, the maximum number of people allowed at a funeral is 30.
At the wake there was a number of high-performance cars, some with posters of Mr Connors in the window, the Irish tricolour, floral tributes and huge gold-coloured ornament mounted on a truck.
Sharp and his friend Paddy Connors, 36, were killed when a car they were in crashed into two other cars during a police chase.
The police watchdog said that the Mercedes was instructed to stop by an unmarked police car after it was