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McLaren F1 LM

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1062 kg (2341 lbs)
Power / weight 629 ps (620 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 664 Nm (490 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 1995
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain

Engine type BMW S70/2 V12 60┬░, 48 valves
Displacement 6.0 l (366 ci)
Power 668 ps (659 bhp / 491 kw)
Torque 705 Nm (520 lb-ft)
Power / liter 111 ps (110 hp)
Transmission 6
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

Performance
Top speed 362 kph (225 mph)
0 - 100 kph 2.9 s
0 - 100 mph 5.9 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.9 s @ 112.5 mph
0 - 100 mph - 0 11.5 s

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Comments (91)

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BR2+  8 months ago  

Its easy to say you would when your not shelling out millions of pounds for a rare car...

You would drive it no doubt, But you wouldnt push it to the limits, Hell you would be on HIGH alert just driving it in traffic, Watching out for every bump, Every rock in the road, Every passenger getting too close, And thats just in normal traffic, You would be babying that clutch. And yet you say you would push it to its, Limits, Or hand it to someone who would? lol

Yes there are people would would drive there cars fast, But how many people do you see pushing there millions of pound cars to the limit? Hell anything anyone gets that is new they baby the shite out of it.

And we have gone over this many times, The Bedford F1 wasnt STOCK, So no point in bringing that up again. The LM, Now thats different monster, its better in every way for the track, Its a damned race car, Only problem is its not the easiest car to drive, Even for a pro, So to compare it to a car of today in terms of track performance, Ive no idea, But im sure it will hold its own against.


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abcdeghi  8 months ago  

yes ,if you are talkingabout f1 lm,then i wouldn't test it but if it isstandard f1 then i would not hesitate to do it.
it is only my wish i know that probability of it being tested is 0.0000000000000000000000000000001%

MCLAREN SAID IT CAN IMPROVE STANDARD F1 LAPTIMES BY 10% AND CAN PRODUCE AROUND 550KG DOWNFORCE @ 150MPH.

F1'S AUTODROME LAP OF 1:21.2 WAS A HAPPY NEWS FOR ME AND IT MADE ME SAFE TO THINK F1 LM WILL BE FASTER THAN CGT.

HOWEVER IF I OWN AN LM I WOULD TEST ITS TOPSPEED.

THIS IS MY FAVORATE CAR TILL TODAY.
PERSONALLY I WAS NOT THAT GOOD FAN OF STANDARD F1 COMPARED TO IT.

THE BEST LOOKING CAR EVER PRODUCED IN MY OPINION.YES,IT DESERVES PRESERVATION BECAUSE IT IS A WORK OF ART

and i know only 5 were made +1 prototype.

and i would take it to track(STD F1,BUT LM WITH LEWIS HAMILTON)because driving and racing fast is fun.but i would learn about this car before taking it to track.AND LOL THAT'S WHY I SENT REQUEST TO EVO.

NOT EVERY PEOPLE HAVE SAME PERSONALITY,LIKE FLEMKE WHO ALLOWED HIS F1 TO BE TESTED.


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BR2+  8 months ago  

Its not about generosity, Its about preservation. They only made 5 LMs, 1-2-3-4-5. FIVE, In the world, Million pound cars, Why would you take it to the race track, And push it to its limits knowing how hard it is to get there, And knowing the Possible outcome?

This was never tested seriously for good reason, And it never will be, You can say YOU would do that, But we all know you wouldnt.


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abcdeghi  8 months ago  

Someone should be generous enough to test this car.Mclaren should really test XP1LM around TG track, Nurburgring,Monza,Silverstone,bedford,evo tracks, and many more. this was never tested seriously.

by the way 0-60mph was 3.9s due to wheelspin at start if it is not calculated then entered values are correct.


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Assad Regime  3 years ago  

no lap times for such beast ?


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Wallace Racing  3 years ago  

6.9 @ 112 in the 1/8 mile = 10.87 @ 138.88 in the 1/4


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Fangio Man  3 years ago  

0-200 should be under 9 seconds.

No doubt!


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Ferrari driver  4 years ago  

Sorry, did not know that.


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Georg  4 years ago  

wiki is no source..


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Ferrari driver  4 years ago  

1/4 mile time is 11 seconds.

Source:

de.wikipedia.org/wiki/McLaren_F1


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Shaggy  4 years ago  

What video game, Project Gotham Racing 3, I have that game and it has that car.


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Ace_Topspeed & Srshayan  4 years ago  

The entered numbers were from a video game which is not creditable & had errors, we apologise


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The Horn Moster  4 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)


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Ace_Topspeed & Srshayan  4 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!


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Ace_Topspeed & Srshayan  4 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


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BR2'  4 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..


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Mental  4 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.


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Ace_Topspeed & Srshayan  4 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...


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Mike B  4 years ago  

lol, it's all right :P


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phavyarden  4 years ago  

lol, it was the same sorry :p