1971 McLaren M8F Spyder / 2 Chassis Information

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

1971 McLaren M8F photograph

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Spyder
Chassis #: 2
The McLaren Company was founded in 1963 by New Zealander Bruce McLaren. He had enjoyed many successful seasons as a driver with Cooper and decided to start his own team using a heavily modified Cooper Zerek known as 'The Jolly Green Giant.'

In 1970, Bruce McLaren died at England's Goodwood race course while testing a Can-Am car. The McLaren company is the only race team to have won Formula One, Indianapolis 500, Can-Am and LeMans championship. The team was the first to design a car using a carbon fiber monocoque, which is now in use by all teams. The team still competes in Formula One and won the 2008 World Championship.

The McLaren M8F was one of a series produced as evolving models from the late 1960s into the mid-1970s. This car is one of three factory-built M8Fs and is claimed to be the 1971 Can-Am world Championship winning car driven by Peter Revson. The car won four of nine races that year on the way to this championship.


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