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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1970
Numbers built:10
Designed by:Gordon Coppuck and Jo Marquart for McLaren
Predecessor:McLaren M12 Chevrolet
Successor:McLaren M8E Chevrolet
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 12, 2009
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Chassis M8C-70-08 Acquired new by Ford Racing of Argentina, this M8C was destined for the South-American Sport Prototipo championship. Fitted with a Ford V8, it was raced by works driver Carlos Pairetti during the 1971 season. He clinched an outright victory in the championship round at Bueno>>>

Chassis M8C-70-09 The ninth McLaren M8C produced by Trojan, this chassis was originally sold to Argentina for a South American equivalent of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup. This never came to fruition and the car sat, unused along with another McLaren for many years. After it was finally>>>

Chassis M8C-70-10 Chassis 70-10 was the final M8C built and it was not delivered to its first owner, Warren Burmester, until the start of the 1971 season. He entered the car for three seasons, at first for George Drolsom and later for Tom Dutton. It always sported the number 34 and usually wo>>>

  Article Image gallery (14) Chassis (3) Specifications