The Driver's View Of A McLaren P1 GTR Doing Laps Will Warp Your Mind

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A prerequisite to driving this car is bullet-dodging reflexes.

Having $3.1 million dollars to buy the 986 horsepower McLaren P1 GTR isn’t enough. You need to be mad enough to put your life on the line and skillful enough to save it when you’re on the edge of physic’s limits. If you need further proof, watch comfortably behind the screen as this GTR comes alive on its home turf and devours corners at the hands of this skilled driver. The electrically assisted 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 makes a turbo wine-laden soundtrack that can go toe to toe with Pavarotti as well as with Modena, Italy’s, automotive offerings.

Turn up the volume and watch the McLaren accelerate as if it was getting sucked into a black hole.

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