This 280-page hardback turns the spotlight on 1980, a year that marked a watershed moment in Formula One Grand Prix history.
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Check out this pictorial of roadgoing cars transformed into Formula 1 racing machines for the Singapore Grand Prix!
The retro concept vehicle is a fusion of advanced Japanese technology with traditional Japanese craftsmanship.
The McLaren F1’s made-to-order 6.1-litre V12 masterpiece is further evidence of extreme dedication to excellence.
The complex interaction between a moving McLaren F1 and the airstream around it.
Access to the centreline driving seat is assured by wide-opening dihedral doors incorporating sections of both floor and roof.
Right from the McLaren F1’s initial design, the tyre was considered as an intrinsic suspension element.
Impeccable braking is a primary Formula 1 requirement in equal demand on the road, so braking performance is a major priority for the McLaren F1.
The F1’s radical new system offers a previously impossible combination of compliant freedom and precise geometric control.
The McLaren F1 is designed for greater torsional and bending stiffness than any other production car ever built.