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This F1 is one of just 64 road cars, and the first of just seven cars federalized for US street use.
Obviously, it wasn't a walk in the park.
Getting behind the wheel of the most legendary V12 supercar is a lesson in adrenaline management.
Yes, you can still drive your McLaren F1 while you're having engine-out maintenance done. Talk about customer service!
McLaren driver Stefan Johansson describes what it was like driving a 1500-hp turbo F1 car as compared to today's machines.
Best Motoring 1994 tests out the then-new F1 supercar and it's just as cool to watch as you'd expect.
In its entire history, McLaren has only competed at the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times. The new boss wants to change that.
Zak Brown, who replaced Ron Dennis in November, spoke with our Marshall Pruett on McLaren's future.
Talk about a blast from the past.
Driver Andy Wallace explains how McLaren earned a world record for fastest production car, and made it look easy.
Talk about a rare car.Only one prototype and five customer cars were ever produced.
McLaren's Le Mans win was one of the most stunning in motorsports history. Here's how they pulled it off.
Once again, McLaren throws Honda under the bus.
A perfect way to celebrate the greatness of V12-powered race cars.
So McLaren won't do another three-seat, V12-powered car. Fair enough, but could it still do a three-seater?
We've come a long way since the F1 blew everyone's mind.
Turbos and hybrids are no match for for old fashioned horsepower.
Honda says it could improve its engine if a second F1 team wanted to partner with it, but nobody's biting.
Twelve cylinders of musical greatness.
With Carbon Black paint and stealth wheels, this has to be one of the most sinister-looking F1s out there.
McLaren is still using a computer from the mid-nineties because it's the only thing that can get the job done.
Only 2800 miles since new. Buy it and take it on a road trip.
Like the NSX, the McLaren F1 was designed to be an everyday supercar.