Performance

Max speed 362 kph (224.44 mph)
0 - 100 kph 2.9 s
0 - 100 mph 5.9 s

Engine

Power 491 kw (659 bhp / 668 ps)
Torque 705 Nm (522 lb-ft)
Displacement 6 liters (366 ci)
Engine type BMW S70/2 V12 60┬░, 48 valves
Engine location middle

General data

Gearbox 6
Drive rear wheel drive
Fuel capacity
Year of introduction 1995
Home country England

Dimensions

Curb weight 1062 kg (2336 lbs) +

Calculations

Power to Weight ratio 620 bhp/tonne
Power per liter 110 bhp/liter
1/8 mile (est) 6.9 s @ 112 mph

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Community comments (87)

  10 months ago
no lap times for such beast ?
  11 months ago
6.9 @ 112 in the 1/8 mile = 10.87 @ 138.88 in the 1/4
  1 year ago
0-200 should be under 9 seconds.

No doubt!
  2 years ago
Sorry, did not know that.
  2 years ago
wiki is no source..
  2 years ago
1/4 mile time is 11 seconds.

Source:

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/McLaren_F1
  2 years ago
What video game, Project Gotham Racing 3, I have that game and it has that car.
  2 years ago
The entered numbers were from a video game which is not creditable & had errors, we apologise
  2 years ago
Never considered that wheelspin in the start may be the cause of 3.9s of acceleration which seems to be wrong but the entered ones are the most correct ones, or maybe around them, more or less (should be less a bit on 0-160, about 5.7s)
  2 years ago
If we do not calculate the wheelspin, the entered times (0-600)mph : 2.9s & (0-100) 5.9s : Seems to be correct or maybe we should wait maybe Hamilton may test that car...and other word I did not put NFS as the correct resource by the way, & thanks for your advice on Top Gear!
  2 years ago
Your right just Guessed something from calculations, I did not mean anything about the real times & of course it is not faster than veyron...Just guessed not judging
  2 years ago
LOL Wait wait wait...you base your acceleration assumptions on... NFS: Most Wanted? lol Conversation Over!

But i digress, ill answer anywhoo.

@Ace_Topspeed & Srshayan

1: The McLaren F1 cannot win against a Veyron. wether its from a dig or a roll, the fact that u actually believed Top Gear is hilarious in itself.

The case of the LeMans, said tested didnt want to "Bully" the car, you know since they only made 5(I wouldnt either) so he had ALot of access wheelspin at the start, so he couldnt push the car(AS Told) as he wanted, so subpar numbers were met, but, this car IS faster then an F1, wether its round track or acceleration, but only till about 210Mph where the Much more superior aerodynamics takes place on the F1. But years ago, the person, or one of the persons mentioned that if he were allowed to really show it the beans, he estimated the 1/4 time to be 10.5@140, but unfortunetly he never go the chance to do much with it. sadly, and i believe him.

On another note, never use Top Gear drag races as a reference..
  2 years ago
"It is really really obvious that a car with + more 70 horsepower. less weight, added aerodynamical drag and resulted less acceleration?"

How less acceleration? As I can see, that's pretty better than the "basic" F1. F1 LM would be quite much faster on the track. To orient on the data which comes from the video game makes no sense.
  2 years ago
It is really really obvious that a car with + more 70 horsepower. less weight, added aerodynamical drag and resulted less acceleration? probably the driver was afraid to do a full throttle with that monster!why?

Mclaren F1 at its one and only real world test with bugatti veyron held the lead for the first seconds, that means LM, makes a Huge Start & makes the drivers head to hit the seat hard so maybe that's why the records are not accurate. Mclaren F1 LM's speed was never tested within the 4 sold cars & one waiting for Luis Hamilton to win the other championship, claimed at 362 km/h which the F1 GTR did 381 km/h easily in a track not in order to set a record, but a normal track which is nearly the same specs of LM & it can do a lot more than that!

Calculated Acceleration results within the newly released NFS MW 2012 was:
(kph)
0-100: 2.85
0-160: 5.2
0-200: 7.2

only estimated, the real results should be around them...
  2 years ago
lol, it's all right :P
  2 years ago
lol, it was the same sorry :p
  2 years ago
@Mike B
There's another test by Motor Trend.
http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/112_0004_2000_mclaren_f1_supercar/viewall.html
That edition was my first car magazine :)
  2 years ago, last edited 2 years ago
Those 0-60 and 0-100 are BS;

There was only one test ever made (by CAR) and they got 0-60 in 3.9 and 0-100 in 6.7
  3 years ago
overpriced english car with a non english engine ? lol

brakes are complete fail
  3 years ago
How come the nurb lap time is not here?
  3 years ago
I love this car.
  4 years ago, last edited 4 years ago
It counts as a street legal car for sure, but only counts as a production car in places like Germany. The volume is too low and the car isn't... well, it isn't actually produced, it's a modified concoction of existing parts.

I'm sure if someone took a few Formula 1 cars and fettled with them to make them road legal and sold them, that wouldn't make them production cars.

Surely if you do the same with Group C cars, it's the same thing.

In Germany if 9FF twin-turbocharge a 911 GT3 up to 1200hp, that counts as a production car.

If you count the Dauer 962, then you have to count the Callaway Corvette - there were only 2 of those and it's clearly a modified 'vette.

'Production runs' of this kind wouldn't pass FIA GT1 homologation rules that demand a minimum of 25 cars. That's a fairly good basis for saying that they aren't production cars. The F1 was designed and built from the ground up as a production road car, which sets it apart from the above and made it the fastest production car and it still is the fastest normally aspirated production car, maybe even the fastest normally aspirated street-legal car.
  4 years ago
@mal-2-2

the Dauer 962 was a street legal production car nearly all around the world, from Europe the middle east to asia ...not sure about the USA.

There are several other cars based on the Porsche 962... like the Schuppman, Koenig and dp.
Taking a existing car to make something different is done by many companys from the USA over Europe to asia and they all count as production cars.
your argument is the Gordan Murray┤s 1990┤s blabla to discredit Dauers 962 which was faster quicker better handling and cheaper than his McLaren F1..
  4 years ago
BumRush - Technically the 13 Dauer 962s were not production cars as they were made using the original 150 Porsche 962 chassis and engine blocks. I'm not sure if that passes as a production car in some countries but it sure doesn't in most.
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