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The McLaren F1 in this Car Trek episode is from the The Revs Institute!

About the Revs Experience: As you explore 80,000 square feet and three stories of living history, you will discover a mint collection of rare automobile treasures and related objects and artifacts that changed the course of human history. Within the Miles Collier Collections, you can see more than 100 automobiles that are divided into four thematic galleries: Automobility, Vitesse, Revs, and Porsche. The automobiles are fully operational and displayed free of protective barriers, allowing visitors intimate access.

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This episode is 34:04 minutes.

The McLaren F1, Gordon Murray’s baby, the fastest car on earth. A naturally aspirated V12. One of the rarest and most significant cars of our time and today thanks to the Miles Collier Collection at the Revs Institute I get to drive it! I have waited for this moment my entire life. and I could not be any more excited. I’m Ed Bolian, this is Car Trek and this is my dream car …

On the first episode of Car Trek Series 5, the guys get a taste of the good life by taking a joyride in the mother of all dream cars – the irreplaceable and jaw-droppingly gorgeous McLaren F1. They they get the keys to their own personal dream cars and find out if they’re impressive enough for the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Ed brings his Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, Tyler has an AMG SLS, complete with gullwing doors, and Freddy rolls up in an Aston Martin DBS, in full James Bond spec. Some feelings may be hurt on this one…

Intro to the above episode

This trailer is 11:41 minutes.

Read about the McLaren F1

1995 McLaren F1 | Revs Institute

Skip to content You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. Twelve-cylinder 60-degree vee engine, double overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder The McLaren F1 was the ultimate street car of the Twentieth Century. That was the consensus of the motoring press, and certainly McLaren’s intent.

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