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McLaren P1 Rockets around Nurburgring

The British automaker attempts to break seven minute record

Toni Avery
Dec 6, 2013

    McLaren P1 around Nurburgring Details:
  • British automaker attempts to break seven minute record
  • McLaren P1 used in video
  • Official numbers not revealed

The ultimate test of an automaker isn't only public approval and record sales; rather the most grueling test takes place on the racetrack. McLaren has already earned its place in the supercar market with the incredible P1. But where better to test one of the finest supercars available than on one of the most famous race tracks: the Nurburgring.

The above video provides speed junkies with almost four uninterrupted minutes of pure awesome. It's difficult not to pull out the checkbook and start signing your life away hearing the wonderful exhaust note emanating from the P1.

Although official numbers aren't revealed, we're satisfied for now just watching the video.

Mclaren p1 side view Photo 1/4   |   McLaren P1
By Toni Avery
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