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The McLaren F1 Owner’s Manual video is supercar perfection

Do you want to know everything about the McLaren F1? Of course you do, it’s not only one of the best road cars of all time, but also an icon of the..

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McLaren F1 Owner's Manual Video is supercar perfection

Do you want to know everything about the McLaren F1? Of course you do, it’s not only one of the best road cars of all time, but also an icon of the 24 Hours of Le Mans victory.

When the McLaren F1 debuted in the early 1990s, only the ultra-rich had a chance to get up close and personal with McLaren’s first road car. However, thanks to the power of YouTube and the team at DK Engineering in Rickmansworth, UK, we can see every part of this incredible machine.

The McLaren F1 was an ambitious project led by McLaren and automotive design legend Gordon Murray. Murray and McLaren both saw much of their early successes in the highly competitive world of Formula 1. After years of success in the world’s most competitive motorsport series, it was time to share with customers. Get into the McLaren F1 supercar, a street car designed by an F1 team for driving enjoyment.

With its central seating position and unique focus on driver engagement, the McLaren F1 was a breed all of its own. Thanks to a few lucky rain showers, a slightly modified 1995 McLaren F1 won the Le Mans 24 Hours completely. The McLaren F1 hit purpose-built Le Man prototypes for that historic victory that immortalized it as one of the greatest cars of all time.

Sure, family tree is nice, but how do you fit the McLaren F1’s bespoke luggage into its side shell or add new CDs to the 6-disc CD changer? Well, DK Engineering’s user manual video is here to make sure you get the most out of your McLaren F1. What if you want to open the tailgate or need to attach the front towing eye? Once again, DK Engineering is behind you so you don’t look like a McLaren F1 newbie.

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