1995 McLaren F1 GTR Reviews
The automobiles wide-ranging modifications included changes to the inside, suspension, aerodynamics as well as body panels. The McLaren F1 GTR would go on to take its best accomplishment with 3rd 1st, 4th, 5th, and 13th areas beating custom out.
For 1995, nine McLaren F1 GTRs would be constructed in total.
To follow on the success of the McLaren F1 GTR McLaren further developed the '95 model, resulting in a size increase but weight decline. Nine more F1 GTRs were constructed to 1996 spec, while privateers campaigned some 1995 automobiles. David Brabham and John Nielsen drove the automobile. The weight was reduced in the 1995 GTR version with around 100 kg as well as the engine was kept detuned to comply with regulations that were racing.
McLaren F1 GTR '97
Together with the F1 GT homologated, McLaren could develop the McLaren F1 GTR for the 1997 season. Weight was further reduced as well as a serial transaxle was added. The engine was somewhat destroked to 6.0L instead of the preceding 6.1L. Due to the greatly altered bodywork, the McLaren F1 GTR '97 is frequently referred to as the "Longtail" thanks to the back bodywork being expanded to increase rear downforce. A total of ten McLaren F1 GTR '97s were constructed.
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