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One is on sale now in the UK.

The car on sale is just one of 26 examples.

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This is original footage from 1998.

Just watch Andy Wallace's hands.

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Steering wheel in the center, of course.

P1? What P1?

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Despite contesting the decision, Dennis was ousted by the other shareholders.

Dennis retains a 25-percent ownership stake in McLaren, pledging to protect the company's employees.

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Don't expect any gold foil, though.

It won't be as fast as a P1, but it will be far more luxurious.

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McLaren Special Operations' Heritage Division has maintained the F1 to exacting standards.

McLaren is selling a rare, beautifully maintained, low-mileage example of the legendary F1 hypercar. Call your accountant now, oligarchs.

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Ten years ago, you could pick up a McLaren F1 for under $1 million. Now they're each worth over $10 million. Has the market leveled, is it still climbing, or is the bubble about to burst?

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McLaren lures Jost Capito away from his position as Volkswagen Motorsport boss. Capito will take over as CEO of McLaren Racing from Jonathan Neale.

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BMW kills the rumor that it's working on a 750-hp, quad-turbo V8, carbon-fiber wondercar with McLaren.

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The 25 vehicles in RM Sotheby's Pinnacle Portfolio collection were all special, but at the end of the night four Ferraris were among the auctions top five sellers. The only one to break the Prancing Horse's lead was a very rare examples of the McLaren F1.

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McLaren will be bringing a smattering of delectable supercars to Pebble Beach this month, highlighted by two examples of the 570S customized by the Special Operations division.

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Mr. Bean Cashes In On Icon

British actor Rowan Atkinson, best known as Mr. Bean, has sold the 1997 McLaren F1 that he's owned from new and driven regularly for a reported $12 million.

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With only 28 examples made, seeing a McLaren F1 GTR doing what it was made to do is a rare sight indeed. And for the 73rd Members' Meeting, Goodwood brought out 16 of them and put them all on the track together.

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McLaren only made three road-going examples of the long-tailed F1 GT, and brought one out of its archives to adorn its stand at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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Elon Musk was a success well before Tesla. He celebrated some of that early triumph by buying a McLaren F1, and cameras were there to watch as the iconic supercar was delivered.

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British comedian Rowan Atkinson is selling his dark purple 1997 McLaren F1 for the equivalent of about $12 million. Since owning the McLaren, Atkinson has covered 41,000 miles in it and has crashed the supercar at least twice.

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If Field of Dreams had been made about an automotive enthusiast, its most famous line would need to have been, "If you build it, they will come... and then build their own replicas of yours." More evidence of that comes from Polish amateur mechanic Jack Mazur, who decided to build a copy of his dream car, the McLaren F1.

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Decades ago, a dominant Formula One team made a few dozen examples of a sports car that was as devastating on the track as it was on the road, and as such, it has become highly sought-after by collectors willing to pay millions – even tens of millions – for the privilege of ownership. We have to be talking about the Ferrari 250 GTO, right? We very well could be, but in this case, no: we're talking about the McLaren F1 – a legendary supercar whose values seem to be skyrocketing

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You'd think that the extreme performance, engineering and technology of hybrid hypercars like the McLaren P1, Ferrari LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder would appeal to a guy like Gordon Murray. After all, the man behind the McLaren F1, the original hypercar, knows a thing or six about pushing the edge of the performance envelope with a new vehicle.

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A supercar as raw as the McLaren F1 needs a talented driver to get the most out of it. All the more so for the racing version. Fortunately Justin Bell is just such a driver.

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Vmax200 in in England organizes events where those who care to show up with a supercar can run them down the two-mile runway at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground. Evo attended the latest event, bringing an impressively green Lamborghini Aventador to test its girth and gaping vents against other precious metals like the McLaren P1 and F1, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and Enzo, a Porsche Carrera GT and enough 911 Turbos to start a dealership. Speaking of those Porsches, nine of the top ten slots in the top

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