The McLaren P1 LM is basically a road-going McLaren P1 GTR, with the same 986 horsepower but with an even huger amount of downforce. Created by the same company that did the original McLaren F1 LMs, Lanzante, it is a ferocious beast. Here it is storming the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and breaking the…
As it stands, the Goodwood Festival of Speed is very much a spectator event. At least, for the main event of storming up Lord March’s driveway. But what if you could do it yourself, and, in a Formula One car? Williams had the same thought, and strapped a GoPro right to the visor of the guy driving an FW13B.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed presents the latest and greatest of the faster side of the automotive world every year as well as a bunch of classic cars with a massive pedigree.
This week, I went to the Moving Motor show at Goodwood. Before getting in I had a bit of a stroll around the car park for a few minutes whilst waiting for a friend. Normally walking round a car park is not the most exciting thing in the world but here it is an incredible experience.
The Covini six-wheel supercar follows the model of other Italian supercars (big V8, sleek body, custom style) with one key difference captivating car and gadget geeks alike: it's got six wheels. And I'm the first person to drive it.