The First McLaren P1 In New Zealand Is Full Of Kiwis

The first P1 delivered to New Zealand was built by McLaren Special Operations and honors Bruce McLaren by featuring the country's national symbol all over its 903 horsepower body. » 1/19/15 10:45am 1/19/15 10:45am

Happy 50th Birthday McLaren

Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Limited was formally incorporated on September 2 1963, when the 26-year-old New Zealander mustered together a small crew to design, build and race cars bearing his own name, operating from a small, cramped workshop in New Malden, Surrey. » 9/03/13 10:40am 9/03/13 10:40am

This Tribute To Bruce McLaren May Move You To Tears

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of McLaren Racing. While the name has become synonymous with winning Formula One cars and insane street cars, the man behind that name tends to be not as well known. » 2/02/13 4:00pm 2/02/13 4:00pm

Young McLaren talent beaten by future Danish computer scientist

McLaren may not have won the F1 constructors’ championship for 13 years, but it’s certainly not for the lack of young talent. Pictured here is a pedal car race for the children of Formula One people from 1969, and the girl in the top car, team founder Bruce McLaren’s three-year-old daughter Amanda, had serious… » 8/12/11 4:30pm 8/12/11 4:30pm

Artist Builds Amazing Vintage Racer From Cardboard And Hot Glue

Denny Hulme's 1969 Can-Am victory in a McLaren M8B was one of the high points of motorsport for enthusiast Bob Rubin, who commissioned artist Chris Gilmour to make this amazing full-scale M8 from cardboard and hot glue. » 6/17/10 2:30pm 6/17/10 2:30pm

Mark Webber Celebrating His Maiden Formula One Victory

It took him 130 tries, mostly in inferior cars, but Australia’s Mark Webber has finally won his first Formula One grand prix on Sunday. Here’s a gallery of his supreme joy. » 7/17/09 9:30am 7/17/09 9:30am

Commenting on F1 via Fiction: Posthumous Legends Interview

What if you could get Alberto Ascari, Ayrton Senna, Jim Clark and Bruce McLaren 'round the table for a sit-down on the current state of Formula 1? A guy by the name of Parminio did just that on an unofficial McLaren fan site. Mindful that with the exception of the safety of modern F1 cars, the racing seemed to be so… » 7/20/05 1:15pm 7/20/05 1:15pm