11 McLaren 570S zum Verkauf
Early on in McLaren’s history, company founder and New Zealand-born racing driver Bruce McLaren set out to capitalise on the team’s success in the Can-Am series by building a racing car for the road. The McLaren M6 GT was Bruce’s pet project and he developed the car in-house at his Colnbrook factory near London during 1968/9. In 1992, McLaren launched a road car once again - the Gordon Murray-designed F1. The no-compromise supercar was the fastest road car in the world, with a top speed of 241mph - a record only few cars have beaten to this day. The McLaren Group has always been committed to motorsport and has successfully competed at the very highest levels, in Formula 1 and other great motor racing series, as well as competitions such as Can-Am, Indy car and Le Mans.