Watch The McLaren P1 LM Nearly Lose It At The Goodwood Festival Of Speed

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You need more than a massive rear wing to handle 986 horsepower to the rear wheels.

Each year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed many cars race up the hill climb route. Some even pull off insane stunts that occasionally don't go as planned. With so many cars headed up the hill this year the McLaren P1 LM had to work hard to keep the audience entertained. That’s what makes this record-breaking run all the more impressive. Watch as driver Kenny Brack wrestles with the 986-horsepower hybrid with scary slides and an unsettled suspension.

As a professional driver he manages to beat the previous record but not without getting into a few sticky situations.

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