2010 McLAREN F1 20TH ANNIVERSARY
2010 McLaren F1 is celebrating its twentieth birthday. And to celebrate, McLaren invited owners out to Woking for a dinner at its Technology Center. The highlight of the get together has to have been the 21 cars F1 roundup, featuring the largest collection of F1s ever seen together.
Over its twenty years on Earth, the F1 has spawned 72 road cars (64 F1s, 5 F1 LMs, and 3 F1 GTs), 28 racers (F1 GTRs), and 6 other prototypes. The F1 GTR took just three months to develop, and the 28 examples McLaren built were big time winners: the 1995 GT1 Championship and the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans (1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 13th places), both its debut seasons.
The five cars that finished at Le Mans were the inspiration for the five Papaya Orange F1 LMs, which get a “de-restricted engine” putting out 680 horsepower. A further competition version came in the form of the 1997 GTR with longer nose and tail sections for increased downforce.
2011 HULME CANAM
Hulme CanAm the New Zealand-designed and built supercar, this car production in limited-run of 20 units
2011 Hulme CanAm powered by mid-mounted 7.0-litre (427cu.in) Chevrolet LS7 V8 developing 600bhp and 600Nm torque, fed through a close-ratio, six-speed CIMA manual gearbox. Then, the Kiwi-maker promises a sub-three and a half second sprint to 100km/h (62mph), and top speed in excess of 322km/h (200mph+).