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McLaren does a P1 in Gulf Oil racing livery

By Faiming_low on 26 Dec 2014 in Super cars

Attached Image A businessman has commissioned McLaren's McLaren Special Operations (MSO) to build him a P1 in the famous Gulf Oil racing livery. For those don't know, the blue and orange coloured Ford GT and Porsche 917 who wore the same livery, were successful racing cars in the 60's and 70's. 
 
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Attached Image Inside, MSO continues with the theme with orange threading on the seats and blue and orange buttons on the steering wheel. Dials that control the drivetrain and suspension systems are also coloured in the same theme.
 
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Attached Image Mechanically, there are no changes. Not that the P1 needed more power, with its hybrid powertrain pushing more than 900bhp.

 
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