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The name alone suggests how significant the car is - the first McLaren to use the GTR moniker was the McLaren F1 GTR that won the 1995 Le Mans 24 Hours. Without road-car regulations to hold it back, the McLaren P1™ GTR pushes everything to the limit.
Over twenty years after the McLaren F1 GTR launched, the P1 GTR drove off the production line and onto the track as the company’s best driver’s car built for the track. Now, the first P1 GTR to be created is FOR SALE and it holds a secret: it’s street-legal.
A brand-new McLaren P1 GTR has been unveiled and, suitably, it wears the Marlboro livery that once covered the glorious McLaren-Honda MP4/4 that carried Senna to his first world champion crown 30 ...
One McLaren owner has immortalized Ayrton Senna without a Senna, instead commissioning a P1 GTR in the late Brazilian race driver’s iconic Formula 1 livery. Without saying, McLaren has given this GTR a "suitably pleasing" power upgrade that must be an even 1000 SAE ponies.
One McLaren owner has immortalized Ayrton Senna without a Senna, instead commissioning a P1 GTR in the livery in which the late Brazilian race driver won his first of three Formula 1 world ...
McLaren commemorated the 30th anniversary of Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna's first championship with a P1 GTR wearing the same livery as that of the car that carried him there: the MP4/4.
View detailed pictures that accompany our 2016 McLaren P1 GTR article with close-up photos of exterior and interior features. (26 photos)
The McLaren P1™ GTR design concept will be unveiled during an exclusive preview at the McLaren Brand Centre on the 18th Fairway at the Pebble Beach Lodge at 18.00 EST on Friday 15 August (02.00 BST Saturday 16 August), and will make its public debut on the Pebble Beach Concept Lawn over the course of the weekend.
The use of the GTR name highlights how significant this car is: the first-ever McLaren to use the GTR moniker was the F1 GTR that was victorious at the 1995 24 Hours of the Le Mans; and the second was the McLaren P1™ GTR, the track-only version of the first Ultimate Series.
The result is a weight reduction of 60 kg (132 lb) as compared to the McLaren P1 GTR as well as a 40 percent increase in downforce. The P1 LM also features a larger twin-turbocharged V8 engine than the P1 and P1 GTR at 3,994 cc (4.0 L) with an 8,500 rpm red line.