Somewhere in BMW’s secret collection is a McLaren F1-powered M5 Wagon.
The T.50 will rev to an extraordinary 12,100 rpm and be smaller in size than a 911.
The Apollo IE is powered by a Ferrari-derived V12 engine with 769 hp and is a proper hypercar in its own right.
Bet you didn’t know Gordon Murray had Kenwood design an ultra lightweight CD changer specifically for the F1.
Murray thinks no one, not even McLaren, has made a supercar that adheres to the F1’s principles.
If you don’t already own the Gran Turismo Sport, these new cars might encourage you to get it.
The Flying Finn drove the F1 that claimed the victory at La Sarthe in its first-ever attempt.
It’s the first car rebuilt under the newly-established F1 Certified program.
If you wanted further proof of the McLaren F1’s awesomeness, Jay Leno is here for you.
RM Sotheby’s has just launched a new Private Sales division, starting with this McLaren F1 that’s worth over $14 million.
This is a race-winning McLaren F1 that was converted by Lanzante to be street-legal.
It may be at least 20 years old, since production ended in…