Joining it will be its 570S road-going sibling, the 650S Can-Am by MSO (helping celebrate 50 years of Can-Am) and the sold-out 675LT Spider in the Super Series, and the ballistic P1 GTR heads the display representing the Ultimate Series.
McLaren will also be displaying the savage M8D to celebrate the ultimate expression of excessive output in circuit motorsport that was the Can-Am series of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Marking 100 years of the Indy 500, McLaren will be bringing the seminal M15 from the 1970 season. This year marks 40 years since James Hunt’s famous ’76 F1 title in the M23 and 30 years since Prost claimed his second world title in the MP4/2 and both will be making an appearance. It is a landmark anniversary year for Motorsport, and McLaren clearly intends to be front and centre of the celebrations. We can’t wait to see their biggest display yet in action at this years FoS.