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How much is a McLaren F1 GTR worth?

How much is a McLaren F1 GTR worth?

The YouTube description of this video states the car has an asking price of $15 million. That seems very steep, but in fact is not unreasonable, considering that a road-legal 1994 McLaren F1 with the LM-spec package sold at auction for $19.8 million last year.

How many McLaren F1 GTR are there?

A total of 28 F1 GTR chassis were built. Nine were built in 1995-spec, nine in 1996-spec, and ten more in 1997-spec. Some cars were upgraded from one spec to another, but this count only includes cars built from scratch to that specification.

What’s the most expensive McLaren car?

1995 McLaren F1
A 1995 McLaren F1 sold for a record-setting $20.47 million on Friday night at Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach auctions. The stunning gavel price makes the supercar the most expensive F1 of all time and also represents the highwater mark for a vehicle at auction this year.

How rare is the McLaren F1?

Beautifully engineered and exceptionally quick, the F1 broke numerous world records during the ’90s, and it remains the fastest naturally aspirated road car ever built. Only 106 cars were made in a limited production run, making the F1 one of the most exclusive cars in the world today.

How many McLaren F1 GT are left?

Only 64 left the factory as road-legal machines. They’re rare, and as you already know, they’re very, very special.

Who is the best car in world?

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  • Mercedes-Benz S-Class. When Mercedes-Benz sets out to make a new S-Class, the brief is to make the best car in the world; simple as that.
  • Audi E-tron Quattro. We’re now entering reasonably well-established times for the premium electric car.
  • Audi A8.
  • Mercedes CLS.
  • BMW 7 Series.
  • BMW X7.
  • Audi Q8.
  • Lexus LS.

How many McLaren F1 GTR’s were made in 1995?

A total of nine chassis would be built for the 1995 season, with #01R being retained by the factory as a test mule, except for a one-off use by Kokusai Kaihatsu Racing at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. British team GTC Racing received two F1 GTRs, with a third being used to replace a destroyed car.

Who was the creator of the McLaren F1?

The 1996 F1 GTR of Gulf Racing at Brands Hatch. Gordon Murray, creator of the McLaren F1, originally saw his creation as the ultimate road car, with no intention to take the car racing.

Can a McLaren F1 GTR be road legal?

When converted into road-legal supercars, some GTRs were retrofitted with the F1’s sound deadening system and the two passenger seats. However, most enthusiasts opted to keep the stripped-out, motorsport interior in order to maintain the curb weight as close as possible to the race car’s.

Which is faster McLaren F1 GTR or Porsche GT1?

The F1 GTR 1996 was the fastest variant in terms of straight line speed – the car hit 330 km/h on the Mulsanne Straight at Le Mans in 1996, which is 13 km/h faster than the 1997 long-tail F1 GTR and even 6 km/h faster than the 1996 Porsche GT1. The 1997 F1 GTR of Richard Smith driven by Kenny Bräck at Goodwood FoS.

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