/Eye Candy: McLaren P1 GTR with F1 Livery

Eye Candy: McLaren P1 GTR with F1 Livery

McLaren P1 GTR F1 0 600x404 at Eye Candy: McLaren P1 GTR with F1 Livery

McLaren, it seems, is having a lot more fun with the P1 GTR hyper track car than they did with the road-going version of the car. After all, building this track-only model is a lot easier than the road car, and they are selling them for three times the money. That’s probably why they have time to be innovative with the liveries they put on these models.

One of the latest of these P1 GTR livery stunts is a Rocket Red and Predatory Grey paint work which is an exact replica of the livery on the firm’s Formula One livery. God knows how much this job cost the guy who ordered it for his GTR, but we have to say the end result is quite spectacular. Mind you, not quite as spectacular as the simple and yet utterly brilliant Canepa Green GTR.

McLaren P1 GTR F1 1 600x250 at Eye Candy: McLaren P1 GTR with F1 Livery

McLaren P1 GTR F1 2 600x219 at Eye Candy: McLaren P1 GTR with F1 Livery

McLaren P1 GTR Highlights:

  • Petrol Engine M383T 90º V8
  • Location Mid, longitudinally mounted
  • Construction aluminium block and head
  • Displacement 3,799 cc / 231.8 cu in
  • Bore / Stroke 93.0 mm (3.7 in) / 69.9 mm (2.8 in)
  • Compression 8.7:1
  • Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC, Dual VVT
  • Fuel feed Fuel Injection
  • Lubrication Dry sump
  • Aspiration Twin Turbo
  • Power 789 bhp / 589 KW
  • BHP/Liter 208 bhp / liter
  • Electric Motor McLaren Electronics Electric Motor
  • Location Mid, longitudinally mounted
  • Power 197 bhp / 147 KW
  • Combined 985 bhp / 735 KW
  • Body carbon fibre MonoCell with aluminium front and rear subframes
  • Steering ventilated carbon ceramic discs, all-round
  • Gearbox 7 speed Sequential
  • Clutch Dual clutch
  • Drive Rear wheel drive
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