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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1993 - 1998
Numbers built:107 (65 road cars)
Designed by:Gordon Murray / Peter Stevens
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:August 07, 2015
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Chassis 011 The 11th car built, this McLaren F1 was originally finished in carbon black. In 1998 the second owner had the car fitted with the 'High Downforce Package' that resembles the Le Mans winning F1 GTR body kit. Some years later, it was returned to McLaren once more to be re-pain>>>

Chassis 014 Built in 1994 this the 14th of a total of 65 McLaren F1 road cars produced. It was only sparsely used before it was exported to the United States in 2002. Before it crossed the Atlantic, it was completely serviced by McLaren Cars. Since its arrival on the American shores it >>>

Chassis 018 Built in 1994 for a Japanese enthusiast, this McLaren F1 was originally finished in Midnight Blue Pearl with a black interior. In 1999, it was sold to a German collector, who sent the car to McLaren the following years for two rounds of upgrades. During 2000 and 2001, it bec>>>

Chassis 020 One of the very first McLaren F1 road cars produced, this example was acquired by the British collector and historic racer, who still owns it today. In its original guise, the car was finished in a striking metallic blue. In the early 2000s, the car was brought back to McLar>>>

Chassis 029 Sold new to Japan, this McLaren F1 was finished in a unique metallic brown colour that was named Creighton Brown in reference to one of McLaren's executives. The interior was a mix of dark brown and light tan leathers that complement the one-off exterior well. Upon ar>>>

Chassis 031 Finished in 'Marlboro white', this McLaren F1 was sold new to Japanese enthusiast Shin Okamoto. He added the car to a collection that also included rare machinery like a Ferrari F50 GT but only very rarely used the McLaren. By the time he sold it, in 2010, it had not yet cov>>>

Chassis 044 The 37th McLaren F1 road car built, this car was picked up by its first, American owner at the McLaren factory in July of 1996. Shortly after taking delivery, he and two friends took the car on a 9,600-mile road trip through Europe, visiting France, Germany, The Netherlands >>>

Chassis 046 Completed in 1995, this chassis was originally finished in 'Genesis Blue Metallic'. It was delivered new to F1 GTR racer Ray Bellm, on what fittingly was his 46th birthday. The car was later repainted silver, it was more recently submitted to a complete service at McLaren. S>>>

Chassis 061 This McLaren F1 was delivered new to British actor Rowan Atkinson of Mr Bean fame. A true enthusiast, he has driven the car extensively but also was involved in two headline grabbing accidents, which required extensive repairs. In the second, he also slightly hurt his should>>>

Chassis 062 Ordered by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, chassis 062 was one of the very few McLaren F1s delivered new to the United States. As a result, it holds all the necessary certificates to be road registered in California. Ellison retained the car for over a decade before passing it on >>>

Chassis 063 Built in 1997, this is one of several McLaren F1s in silver. It was most likely sold to a customer in Asia as it surfaced in the early 2000s in Japan. By 2007, it had moved to Hong Kong, where it has remained ever since. The most recent Hong Kong-based owner acquired chassis>>>

Chassis 066 Completed in 1997 and finished in Magnesium Silver, this McLaren F1 was sold new to German Thomas Groth. He used the car for his daily commute on the Autobahn and with a year the mileage was at 7,500 km. Although he continued to cherish the 54th F1 road car built, he >>>

Chassis 068 Chassis 068 was originally built for an enthusiast who died before taking delivery. Two subsequent owners then tried to get the F1 imported to the United States under the 'Show and Display' arrangement. Both times the car was refused because it did not meet the emission stan>>>

Chassis 069 The second of six examples built in 1998, this was one of the very last McLaren F1s completed. It was originally painted in Mercedes Brilliant Silver but was more recently refurbished by McLaren Special Operations (MSO). It now boasts a Carbon Black black finis>>>

Chassis 073 The second to last McLaren F1 built, this example was originally finished in AMG Green with a two-tone cream and green interior. The first owner specified that the car remain at McLaren's facility in Woking. While still in the hands of the original owner, it was extensively >>>

Chassis XP4 The fourth of five XP or experimental prototypes built, this example was used by McLaren for gearbox and endurance testing. It subsequently featured in the British television show Top Gear, where it was road tested by presenter Tiff Needell. Having served its purpose, it was>>>

Chassis XP5 The fifth and final 'Experimental Prototype' built, chassis XP5 was famously used by Andy Wallace to set a world top speed record for a production car. In April of 1998, the 1988 Le Mans winner reached a speed of 391 km/h (243 mph) with the limiter removed. Although the reco>>>

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