It's not every day that you see a McLaren F1 on the road. Seeing two in the same place is the approximate automotive equivalent to seeing a leprechaun riding a unicorn. But eighteen? We were recently at the McLaren factory in Woking, and while there were a few notable examples on display or hidden in this corner or that, we still didn't see that many of them there. That's what makes this video so remarkable.

Shot in Tuscany during a meeting of the McLaren F1 Owners Club, this video shows a dozen "standard" F1s, joined by an additional six F1 GTRs. Together that makes for one in every six McLaren F1s ever made. And as if that weren't enough, a couple of new P1s joined in, with a few examples of the 12C and 650S tagging along in a – get this – support capacity. Now you know it's a special event when you've got McLarens serving as support cars. Scope out the footage below.

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      Don't quite understand driving these cars on a dirt and gravel road.
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      Vhere is ze chassis number 072?
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      PS... this is the most boring video i can possibly imagine of 18 mc f1s. it doesn't even look like pretty countryside.
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      I wish I was apart of this club.
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      18 McLaren F1s get together to MOURN THE LOSS OF THEIR SISTER.
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      I bet some of those guys were pretty pissed off that they were driving on dirt roads.
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      This needs to be labeled NSFW... BRB...
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      Were there any LM road cars? Those were the rarest.
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        I thought the F1 GT was rarer than the LMs, there only being three GTs to the five LMs
      Aaron Willard
      • 1 Year Ago
      I was introduced to the F1 playing Need for Speed 2 when I was a kid and have been mesmerized ever since. Watching this video definitely gave me the goosebumps. So cool.
      • 1 Year Ago
      why is there a giant gap above/behind the front wheel well of that yellow 650S?
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