McLaren F1 specs
|Curb weight||1140-1288 kg (2513-2840 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.29 m (169 in) long, 1.82 m (72 in) wide, 1.14 m (45 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.72 m (107 in)|
|Origin country||United Kingdom|
|Gas mileage||20.4 l/100 km (12 mpg US / 14 mpg UK)|
|0 - 30 mph||1.7 s|
|0 - 40 mph||2.3 s|
|0 - 50 mph||2.9 s|
|0 - 60 mph||3.2 s|
|0 - 70 mph||3.9 s|
|0 - 80 mph||4.5 s|
|0 - 90 mph||5.6 s|
|0 - 100 mph||6.3 s|
|0 - 110 mph||7.2 s|
|0 - 120 mph||9.2 s|
|0 - 130 mph||10.4 s|
|0 - 140 mph||11.2 s|
|0 - 150 mph||12.8 s|
|0 - 160 mph||14.6 s|
|0 - 170 mph||17.2 s|
|0 - 180 mph||20.3 s|
|0 - 200 mph||28.0 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||7.5 s @ 110.6 mph|
|1/4 mile||10.8 s @ 142.3 mph|
|Est. 1/2 mile||17.2 s @ 173.4 mph|
|0 - 40 kph||1.5 s|
|0 - 50 kph||1.8 s|
|0 - 60 kph||2.1 s|
|0 - 80 kph||2.7 s|
|0 - 100 kph||3.2 s|
|0 - 120 kph||4.3 s|
|0 - 140 kph||5.1 s|
|0 - 160 kph||6.3 s|
|0 - 180 kph||7.3 s|
|0 - 200 kph||8.8 s|
|0 - 220 kph||10.1 s|
|0 - 240 kph||12.2 s|
|0 - 260 kph||14.1 s|
|0 - 280 kph||16.9 s|
|0 - 300 kph||20.3 s|
|100 m||5.0 s @ 139.0 kph|
|1000 m||19.0 s @ 292.0 kph|
|Est. 100 - 140 kph||1.7 s|
|Est. 100 - 200 kph||5.7 s|
|Est. 200 - 300 kph||12.1 s|
|Top speed||391 kph (243 mph)|
|Est. max acceleration||0.87 g (8 m/s²)|
|Lateral acceleration||0.86 g (8 m/s²)|
|60 mph - 0||39 m (127 ft)|
|70 mph - 0||49 m (162 ft)|
|Noise @ idle||66 dB|
|Noise @ 50 mph||76 dB|
|Noise @ 70 mph||78 dB|
|Engine type||BMW V12|
|Displacement||6.1 l (372 ci)|
|Power||627 ps (618 bhp / 461 kw)|
|Torque||647 Nm (477 lb-ft)|
|Power / liter||103 ps (101 hp)|
|Power / weight||523 ps (516 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||540 Nm (398 lb-ft) / t|
|Efficiency||31 PS per l/100 km|
|Layout||middle engine, rear wheel drive|
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anonimas 2w ago
hostboy 3m ago
Estimated McLaren F1 acceleration results (X-Engineer.org)
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Volodia 4m ago
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ChironSS 6m ago
Although I've stated my number current 1, the GOAT is the Mclaren F1. No if's what's or buts! I'm undecided about the T50 a little. This no comparison..
benni275 9m ago
video one of three, there are test line-ups that are worse ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIqANh0vraU
196ss 9m ago
McLaren F1 is one of the best cars of all time and one of my personal favorites. But still, justice requires putting everything in its place.
There is too much incorrect data on this page that gives an erroneous impression about the capabilities of this car.
Therefore, some points need to be corrected:
1) Top speed.
McLaren F1 speed records-371 km / h Autocar, 386 km / h in Ehra-Lessien, 372 km / h in Nardo, etc., all set by prototypes - XP-3, XP-5 etc. The standard stock McLaren F1 hit 7500 rpm rev limiter at about 360 km/h (which was still a record for the time).
2) Lap time at the Estoril track.
It looks very impressive considering that there were 3 people in the car, and laptime is in the same league with C6 ZR-1 and GT-R. But in fact, the track underwent significant changes in 1999 and these times are not comparable.
I looked at the laptimes of DTM cars in these configurations, and they differ by about 6-7%. Therefore, we can assume that in a modern configuration, F1 lap time would be approximately on par with the Civic Type R FK2, which in general is also quite impressive for a 1994 car with two passengers on board.
3) Lap time at the Bedford track.
The tested car, which showed a faster time than Enzo, was not a stock car. It had Flemke modified suspension and brakes, custom made BBS wheels, and wider tires Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 245/35ZR19 & 345/35ZR19.
To have all detail you need to read pistonheads topic
At the laptime page, we need to make an appropriate note.
4) Estimated lap times.
I don’t know how these figures were obtained, by some sort of calculation or by simulation in the Assetto Corsa, but 7: 18 on the Nordschleife and other laptimes in my opinion look very difficult to achieve for a car with brakes and tire technology of 1994. Perhaps F1 LM could make it, but for a standart F1, the numbers are unrealistic.
I hope this message will not go unnoticed.
196ss 1y ago
If someone understand japan, please look at this test. Is it stock F1?
GM fan 2y ago
Gordon Murray was the genius behind the F1 and he's doing a successor, the T50!
benedekpuskas 2y ago
These acceleration times should be fake, a car from '93 can't be that fast! :O
dr. cosimo 2y ago
Pablo 2y ago
0-300 in 22 sec is still too fast today, is awesome, real race engine for the street.
GriN 5y ago
F1 has incredible acceleration because it weighs only 1150 kg and has a power of 620 hp or 545 hp / t. The modern Porsche 918 has a power ratio of 520 hp / t. F1 is a very light supercar with a powerful engine, all modern supercars weigh more than 1600 kg
hostboy 5y ago
Looking back to this page, I don't think the F1 that did 10.8 was stock. Maybe it had a tune. 0-300kph in 20sec is ridiculous for anything less than 700 hp with a 0.32*19.2 drag area
Good Gamer 5y ago
Nice so its fastest quarter mile time is 10.8s it even beats Enzo and Carrera GT in that test.
dddd 5y ago
This supercar is such an incredible machine. Easily one of the greatest true supercar ever made. Still one of the best looking supercar. V12 N/A with that level of performance in the 90's. Mind-boggling.
saxy 5y ago
Simple gear shift would explain
dddd 5y ago
100-200 km/h and 200-300 km/h times are absolutely astounding even nowadays. But 180-200 km/h = 1,5s and 200-220 km/h = 1,3s ? Maybe gearing ?
Fastedee 5y ago
Imagine how fast it was in its day.
Inline 6 rules 5y ago
3,2 s is 0-60 mph not 0-100 km/h.
0-100 km/h is 3,4 s
0-120 km/h: 4,3 s
0-140: 5,1 s
0-180: 7,3 s
0-200: 8,8 s
0-220: 10,1 s
0-240: 12,2 s
0-260: 14,1 s
0-280: 16,9 s
0-300: 20,3 s
1/4 mile:10,8 s
1000 m: 19 s
hostboy 5y ago
Still faster than a Lamborghini Aventador...
0-100 km/h: 3.7 s
0-200 km/h: 8.8 s
0-300 km/h: 20.3 s
FastestLaps 5y ago
I find this funny. I wonder who decided how much $$ would be too much to pay photographer for not releasing pictures of crashed F1... How do you calculate something like that... I guess they don't want the bad imagine for the brand, but it's not like other supercars don't crash or that there aren't plenty of pictures with crashed McLaren's, Ferraris etc around anyway.
Good Gamer 6y ago
WOW!Braking from 160 to 0 takes only 162 ft,that would put it only 11ft more than Enzo's braking which is the only thing superior it has to F1(not including steering).And as for handling auto car also praised it by saying it has phenomenal handling.
Even R&T praised its handling by saying it achieves cornering speeds greater than any road car and drives like a car on slick in 2002 issue of F1 vs F40 vs 959.
But I am full aware that handling and not to mention brakes and tires have come a long way since then so F1 can't cope up with modern cars.
As for F1 being faster than CGT,Rowan Atkinson said it in 2004 issue of Evo,Martin Brundle said F1 was the best in his 2002 car test.I still find it amazing that it is still considered a good benchmark.Its Millbrook and MIRA record still remains unbroken.
Its Estoril lap is even now one of the fastest just surpassed by 991 GT3,GTR 550PS and 991 Turbo S.The cars it lapped faster than includes ZR1,458 Italia,SLS AMG and 991 Carrera 4S.
good gamer 6y ago
If you want a comparison, heres a 175hp 2009 road legal caterham setting a time of 1:53.4
And a guy who sets a time of 1:56.25 from a honda s2000
Actually R300 laptime was set on slicks on R300 Championship.Their laptimes are comparable to a 458 Italia.
As for S2000 lap time,I highly doubt it is stock and streetlegal as at braking stock S2000 will not pull 2g's.And no roadcar has broken 1:50 barrier according to autofoco magazine.Besides S2000 is slower than Civic Type r which again only did 2:04.
saxy 6y ago
That would put it just under 1g of braking.
in comparison.. a Ferrari F12
so nowadays on the track, there would be some corners where modern supercars could brake some 50+ meters later.
R8 LMS Ultra 6y ago
Mclaren F1 braking distances
Scan link found from wikipedia
R8 LMS Ultra 6y ago
I just wished that F1 had more laps at tsukuba like other supercars rather than 1 lap,I hope that it improves by at least 1s.Its estoril laptime is very impressive only 2s slower than 991 gt3 on a technical track.
But the thing I hate about F1 is that it had soft suspension and too many body rolls through corners.Not having an anti roll bar at rear is fine because Jonathan Palmer said that it would make the handling unpredictable but still,I wanted it to be a track car rather than road car.
saxy 6y ago
The F1 was always fast in a straight line. Above 150mph, it accelerated faster than F1 cars. It had very very little weight. Built at the time where there were no crash regulations to meet, airbags, heavy dual clutches. And importantly, the curb weight, was the curb weight. So that's huge power to weight. Bonus is that this car is low and has practically no aero drag. And it'll always be a legend because it'll always hold the world record for top speed in a N/A car, a car that won Le Mans, and the only supercar to seat 3 people.
dddd 6y ago
These numbers are incredible. Are they real ?
1/4 mile in 11s and 1km in 19,5s at 279 km/h ? Mind blowing results for a car that does not have advanced traction control, launch control and DCT.
WHAT a CAR ? Mclaren F1 will always be one of the most staggering supercars EVER created.
R8 LMS Ultra 6y ago
Found faster drag time for Mclaren F1