2023 British GP: McLaren’s Brilliant Performance

The 2023 British GP provided a much-needed break from the monotony of Red Bull’s dominance, as McLaren delivered an exceptional performance.

By Justin Cornelison | July 10, 2023
The New 2024 McLaren 750S

McLaren, the British automotive manufacturer, has just debuted its latest supercar the 2024 McLaren 750S and 750S Spider.

By Justin Cornelison | April 26, 2023
Amazing Full-Size McLaren F1 Paper Sculpture

An artist from Germany recently showed off his full-size replica sculpture of a McLaren Formula 1 car – made entirely out of paper.

By Justin Cornelison | January 06, 2023
McLaren x Bowers & Wilkins: Speed Meets Sound

the Px8 McLaren Edition is finished in elegant grey leather with Papaya orange details inspired by McLaren’s supercars and hypercars.

By Justin Cornelison | December 14, 2022
It’s Official: Oscar Piastri Signs with Mclaren

Oscar Piastri is officially a McLaren F1 driver.  After all the contract drama with Alpine heading into the summer break, a four-person Contract Recognition Board unanimously ruled in McLaren and Oscar Piastri’s favor.  Soon after, McLaren confirmed Piastri on a multi-year deal.

By Justin Cornelison | September 06, 2022
Introducing the McLaren Solus GT

When video games come to life!  McLaren has announced plans to build (in real-life) the Solus GT, a car inspired by their “Vision GT” creation for Gran Turismo.

By Justin Cornelison | August 22, 2022
Pure McLaren Arctic Experience

McLaren is offering the discerning few an opportunity to throw a McLaren GT around a frozen lake in Finland (plus enjoying a luxury stay with excursions and gourmet meals). 

By Justin Cornelison | August 05, 2022
New McLaren Hybrid Supercar Revealed

0-60 in 2.9 sec. From a hybrid.

By Tom Martin | February 18, 2021
Review: 2020 McLaren GT — The Hardcore Enthusiast’s Grand Tourer

The 2020 McLaren GT is a 70/30 split supercar-grand tourer, and what would happen if you asked a track enthusiast to create something more daily- and roadtrip-friendly.

By Peter Nelson | December 10, 2020
McLaren Senna GTR LM: Five Unique, Extraordinary Cars Inspired By McLaren F1 GTRs

Five unique McLaren Senna GTRs, created in celebration of the McLaren F1 GTR race cars that dominated the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race in an astonishing display of motorsport achievement that included overall victory, are today revealed by McLaren Special Operations (MSO).

By Guest Contributor | September 17, 2020
2020 McLaren 620R: A Race Car With A Dash Of Road Legality

McLaren has debuted a car that seems to start out life as a race car, and then has a few bits thrown on to make it street-legal. Its price is somewhere in the sea of figures between a Cayman GT4 and Ford RS200 (or possibly more). Following in the footsteps of the 600LT, 570GT, and 570S: the 620R.

By Peter Nelson | August 28, 2020
McLaren Reveals Their Insane New Creation: The Elva

The McLaren Elva has been officially revealed, and it doesn’t look tremendously bigger than its namesake! Equipped with a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 under the read hood that’s closely related to the one found in the Senna, this small, purpose-built little monster will reach 60 miles per hour in under 3 seconds from a standstill, and over 120 MPH in a mere 6.7 seconds.

By Peter Nelson | November 13, 2019
The Only McLaren F1 Technician in North America – Dream Job?

This Road And Track article is a couple years old, but it’s a fascinating glimpse at the job of the sole certified McLaren F1 technician in the US.

By Peter Nelson | October 27, 2019
McLaren 675LT at COTA – WR TV POV Track Test

The engine roar of the world’s most exclusive cars signified an event of a lifetime on Thursday, March 31, at the Circuit of The Americas.

By Winding Road Staff | March 22, 2017
McLaren 570S GT4 Announced With SRO Homologation

McLaren GT, the motorsports division of McLaren Automotive, announced, as expected, that the new 570S GT4 will be homologated to align with SRO GT4 rules. SRO…

By Winding Road Staff | August 01, 2016
WRR TV: McLaren P1 Hot Laps at CoTA

The engine roar of the world’s most exclusive cars signified an event of a lifetime on Thursday, March 31, at the Circuit of The Americas. Combining fast cars and philanthropy, participants raised more than $161,000, benefiting the Center for Child Protection.

By Winding Road Staff | April 15, 2016
Driven: 2015 McLaren 650S Spider

As the manufacturers of supercars continue to explore ways to satisfy shareholder expectations, phrases like “race derived technology” have started to drift into nebulous marketing territory, where they pertain more to concepts and emotions than the mechanicals found underneath the skin of a vehicle. McLaren is, first and foremost, a company that builds race cars. They are not part of a larger company that cranks out road-going vehicles by the thousands, so there isn’t a wealth of parts bin components from more common models to pilfer from in order to reduce development and build costs. So when we were handed the keys to this Volcano Yellow 650S Spider, we had a hunch it might be something genuinely special. A car that felt bespoke, made by a company whose primary objective has always been about building vehicles made to perform. Something truly compelling. The first time the all-aluminum 3.8-liter V8’s turbochargers spooled up, our suspicions were confirmed.

By Bradley Iger | March 15, 2015
Preview: McLaren P1 GTR

McLaren has taken the wraps off their new track-dedicated version of the P1 ahead of its official debut at the 85th International Geneva Motor Show. The GTR moniker first saw use on the string of McLaren F1 GTR race cars built in the mid-1990s (with which the P1 GTR shares its stunning Geneva-bound livery), and denotes that despite being based on road cars, these GTR models are squarely focused on road course supremacy.

By Bradley Iger | February 19, 2015
McLaren Teases Sports Series, Looks Back at Street Car Heritage

Today McLaren released another image of the upcoming the Sports Series, giving us a full view of a crossed-up prototype in minimal camouflage. Set to go toe-to-toe with the likes of the Audi R8, Porsche 911 and Mercedes-AMG GT, the Sports Series will be McLaren’s “entry level” offering, slotting below the 650S with a cost of around $180,000.

By Winding Road Staff | December 18, 2014
McLaren Announces New Five-Tier Customization Program

McLaren has just launched a new program which will offer separate tiers of customization work that buyers can opt for when outfitting their supercars. McLaren Special Operations will now compartmentalize the bespoke work available to cars including the 650S, 12C, P1, the Asia-only 625C, as well as “heritage” products like the F1 and the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren and the track-only McLaren P1 GTR.

By Winding Road Staff | December 08, 2014
WRR TV: A Slick Corner Claims a Ferrari and a McLaren

During the second race of the weekend at Road America of the Pirelli World Challenge series earlier this season a damp course spelled disaster for a pair of racers.

By Bradley Iger | November 25, 2014


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