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I arrived at COTA last Saturday to find 1 of 35 McLaren P1 GTRs taking up a parking space.
Many pictures, few words.
When you receive an email from McLaren asking if you would like a factory tour, you don’t say no.
I usually don’t like Liberty Walk stuff but this looks really good.
After waiting one week for the car to arrive, here it is. My second 1:18 review.
Oh Texas... The winters are usually not that bad (we had ZERO frost this year...) and that means Cars and Coffee year round. But the flip side to this all? Summer... The ability of that copper scoundrel* to heat up the DFW area in the early morning is amazing. Hydration is a must!
Well that didn’t end well.
So for the last few days we have been in the Canary Islands with McLaren, testing the new 570GT back to back with the 570S. Our findings?
Proper, face melting, fat tired eye candy. Your processed and colorful sugar pales in comparison. Can we stop now?
See title. I live in a city where people prefer to buy fancy cars and live in a shoebox of a house. So there are lots of generic higher end BMWs and Benzes driving around, Porsche Cayennes are about as common as Mazda 6 series and there’s the odd Ferrari, Audi R8 and Lamborghini driving around. The nicest cars are…
It was amazing. Chatting with Kenny Bräck and Derek Bell was just unbelievable. Seeing a McLaren F1 in person, and running on a track was bucket list stuff. That and having the P1 GTR cars be there, and the 650S Sprint cars, and a few old F1 cars was just breathtaking. More pictures later, ask me whatever you want.
Saw an MP4-12C outside of the gym this morning, and sent the pics to my brother, and told him that I would have gone with orange or yellow and received a fantastic response.
They’ve definitely bounced back since Australia. This is what we’ve wanted to see. They even have a shot at a podium this weekend! In other news, ‘Nando’s feeling fine now and will be back in the car tomorrow!
He would have been 56 today. I wish I would have been alive during his heyday. Even though some might think it to be cliche to say so, he is and always will be my favorite driver in any motorsport. His pure dedication to the whole thing moves me every time I think about it.