The McLaren P1 GTR unveiled by the English automaker sports a famous livery once seen blazing across the track on an F1 GTR. The yellow and green livery is best known for its win in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans at the hands of Derek Bell, his son Justin and Andy Wallace.
Now, we get a chance to see the brand-new P1 GTR and iconic F1 GTR on track together. In a video uploaded today by McLaren, the two can be seen passing, drifting and chasing each other on the track in a yellow and green spectacle.
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Also featured in the video is the P1 GTR’s ability to rocket in a straight line thanks to its upgraded powertrain, which now creates a combined 986 hp, an 82 hp increase over the standard P1.
Be sure to check out the video above to see the two together on the track for the first time ever. And, also, be sure to stay with us for more information on the car as we draw closer to the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show.
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