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McLaren F1 timeline
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In 1992, the McLaren F1 was revealed to the world as the first totally carbon fiber road car
Brazilian legend Emerson Fittipald secures McLaren F1's first title
McLaren F1 adopts its iconic red and white brand color
James Hunt won the 1976 World Drivers' Championship after joining the McLaren team
Gilles Villeneuve enters F1
John Barnard’s MP4/1 was the first F1 car to be completely built from carbon fibre composites.
The MP4/4 model was created
In 1998, the XP5 prototype set a new world record of 240.1 mph
In 2005, Channel4 placed the car at number one on their list of the 100 greatest cars, calling it "the greatest automotive achievement of all time"
The F1 first set a top-speed record in 1993, hitting 231 mph at the Nardo ring in Italy
McLaren F1 won Le Mans despite having to make their car slower
Debut of first McLaren F1 race car
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