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McLaren F1 GTR “Back to the Future” Returns to Disrupt Time Continuum yet Again

McLaren F1 GTR “Back to the Future” Returns to Disrupt Time Continuum yet Again. Has any automotive enthusiast failed to hear the words “Back to the Future” and DeLorean DMC-12 mentioned in the same sentence at least once? We assume the opposite, so let’s just get to the part where other vehicles play the latter’s role. Internet dwellers know very well that some fetishes come and go like a passing comet – aka those (continue reading...)
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McLaren 720S GT3X: what is it and why should I care?

If you don’t know by now, McLaren’s bonkers 720S GT3X lapped Dunsfold in 1min 07.2secs at Top Gear’s Speed Week 2021. And yes, that is seriously quick. Watch it (and our full review) by clicking these lovely blue words. But what actually is the GT3X, and why should you care...
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Take A Tour Of The Iconic McLaren Technology Centre With Zak Brown

The McLaren Technology Centre has become synonymous with the British company and Jodie Kidd recently had the chance to tour the facility with none other than McLaren Racing chief executive Zak Brown. Brown was featured in a previous episode of the Kidd in a Sweet Shop series on YouTube where...
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Unlock the LEGO Version of the McLaren Senna GTR Supercar in ‘Asphalt 9’ During Limited Time Grand Prix Event Starting Today

As we detailed last week, in just a couple of days the Senna Forever expansion will be hitting retro-revival racing game Horizon Chase, but that’s actually not the only mobile gaming homage to the legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna that you can play this week. Gameloft’s Asphalt 9: Legends is also honoring the driver by featuring a supercar that was named in his honor, the McLaren Senna GTR. And in fact this crossover goes one layer deeper because the McLaren Senna that is currently featured in Asphalt 9 is actually the version that is available as a real life LEGO Technic model. This is almost too much cool stuff in one package to handle. Check out the LEGO McLaren Senna in action in the following trailer.
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McLaren F1 GTR – The Definitive History

Twenty-five years on from its famous début victory in the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours, the wonderful McLaren F1 GTR is the subject of this major two-volume history. Twenty-five years on from its famous début victory in the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours, the wonderful McLaren F1 GTR is the subject of this major two-volume history. Derived from the BMW V12-powered three-seat McLaren F1 road car, the F1 GTR only came into existence because of customer pressure on designer Gordon Murray to produce a racing version. With 28 examples built over three seasons, the F1 GTR was fabulously successful, winning 41 of its 131 races and taking two international championship titles. This sumptuous book outlines the life of the McLaren F1 GTR in exhaustive depth, with Volume 1 devoted to race-by-race narrative and Volume 2 to individual car histories and the stories of the people who raced them, all supported by over 775 colour photographs.
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McLAREN F1 GTR – Gulf Team Davidoff McLAREN – 1997 | Limited Edition | Automobilist

The 1997 ‘Long Tail’ GTR was driven by Frenchmen, Jean-Marc Gounon and Pierre-Henri Raphanel and Sweden’s Anders Olofsson. Entered by Gulf Team Davidoff McLaren, this “Longtail” version, so called because it’s front and rear bodywork is extended to improve stability and downforce on Le Mans’ extremely long and fast Mulsanne straight, sports possibly the most famous livery in endurance racing, that of the Gulf Oil company, which has previously featured on other iconic cars such as the Ford GT40 and the Porsche 917K. At Le Mans 1997, the car reached 317 kilometres per hour (196.97 mph) on the famous Mulsanne straight.
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