18 McLaren F1s in one place is a very rare sight [videos]

Mclaren F1 is probably the most iconic supercar of all time and surely one of the most expensive and unique ones. Cars in good condition already sell for over £6million, which is way more than any high-end supercar currently in production costs.

Last week McLaren F1 Owners Club held its annual meeting in Tuscany, Italy, with 18 F1s – 12 of them were “standard” F1s while the other six were F1 GTRs.

This is a quite rare sight as 106 cars were produced between 1992 and 1998.

Support vehicles were 12Cs and 650Ss, supplied by the manufacturer. Also taking part of the event was comedian Rowan Atkinson aka Mr. Bean, who owns a dark-red F1.

As you might remember the event did not go well for one owner who crashed his white-red F1 between Saline di Volterra and Pomarance last Tuesday.


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