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Gandys puts logo on driver protective device, will make Halo footwear

If you can't hide it, embrace it. When the Halo safety device was mandated for Formula One cars this year, many were quick to draw parallels with the structure's eccentric looks and a flip-flop shoe. Now it seems McLaren is in on the joke, as it has joined forces with a flip-flop manufacturer.

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This McLaren orange will turn heads, but will the new Renault power do the same?

McLaren debuts its 2018 Formula 1 car, the MCL33, with a Renault power unit and high hopes.

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"His story of being lost to racing, then rediscovering his passion though gaming and having his talent recognized by an F1 team is almost a fairytale"

12 finalists competed as 10 million watched. But there could be only one.

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Here's what we can tell from looking at it.

Details are scarce, but it looks like it'll be quite fast. It'll use Murray's iStream production process, too.

He plans a lightweight flagship.

He plans a lightweight flagship.

ETC

This is the automotive equivalent of being mint in the package.

It has just 148 miles on the odometer.

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McLaren announced Renault partnership today, Honda with Toro Rosso

Everything is as expected.

Auctions

1995 car is first F1 imported to the US.

The legend of the F1 only grows.

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The second rumored McLaren Ultimate Series car in a month.

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Turns out becoming the fastest road car was sort of a happy coincidence.

Teased

Three seats, due in 2019.

The most powerful and aerodynamic McLaren ever.

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Codenamed BP23, it will be the most powerful McLaren ever.

Production is capped at 106, with about 30 coming to the US.

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Häkkinen won F1 championships in 1998 and 1999.

The Finnish driver will be McLaren's Partner Ambassador.

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Report

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?

Motorsports

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.