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McLaren F1 GTR chassis numbers



All McLaren F1 GTR built by chassis numbers:

Chassis Engine Year Group First owner Next owners (year) Comment
001R BMW 1995 GT1 McLaren   McLaren development chassis, entered by Kokusai Kaihatsu UK for 1995 Le Mans, won the race. In 2000 still owner by McLaren cars.
002R BMW 1995 GT1 GTC Motorsport => Lanzante Motorsport (1996) GTC Motorsport for Bellm/Sandro-Sala in 1995, Lanzante Motorsport (BRDC GT for Flux/Ulrich) 1996
003R BMW 1995 GT1 Dave Price Racing   West Competition/Dave Price Racing for Nielsen/Bscher in 1995/96
004R BMW 1995 GT1 GTC Motorsport => Team Lark McLaren (1996) GTC Motorsport for Raphanel/Owen-Jones. Destroyed in practice accident at Jarama 1995. Rebuilt as Team Lark McLaren spare 1996 All Japan GT (raced at Mine).
005R BMW 1995 GT1 BBA Competition => Caternet, F (~2008) BBA Competition 1995-97, in 1998 BBA entered the car under the Parabolica entry.
006R BMW 1995 GT1 Harrods/Mach One => Martin Vehle Racing (1997) Harrods/Mach One 1995-96. Martin Vehle Racing 1997 up to Helsinki
007R BMW 1995 GT1 Giroix Racing Team => Mercedes AMG (1996) Giroix Racing Team 1995. Planned to race by Larbre at Le Mans 1996 but abandoned. Acquired by Mercedes AMG to develop CLK GTR. In 2008 the car was in the UK, painted orange and was registered for road use.
008R BMW 1995 GT1 GTC Motorsport   GTC Motorsport, replacing 004R.
009R BMW   GT1     Perhaps replica of Le Mans 1995 wining car that was made for the Sultan of Brunei who owned 8 (!) McLarens F1 in 2000.
010R BMW 1996 GT1 McLaren ... => Nick Mason At prequalifying 1996 as a factory car (#59). It was the 1996 development car of the factory, just seen there. It was replaced by 011 for the race. Converted as a road for Nick Mason.
011R BMW 1996 GT1 Franck Muller   Franck Muller watches 1996 (Kokusai Kaihatsu Racing at Le Mans). Converted as a road car and still in its original orange & black of Giroix Racing and available for sale in Switzerland. (2000)
012R BMW 1996 GT1 GTC Motorsport   GTC Motorsport 1996, (Bellm/Weaver). Converted as a Bellm road car (1998)
013R BMW 1996 GT1 Team Lark McLaren   Team Lark McLaren 1996 All Japan GT Hattori/Schumacher JR
014R BMW 1996 GT1 Team Lark McLaren   Team Lark McLaren 1996 All Japan GT Nielsen/Brabham. Damaged at Sugo.
015R BMW 1996 GT1 GTC Motorsport   GTC Motorsport 1996, (Owen-Jones/Raphanel).
016R BMW 1996 GT1 Bigazzi Team SRL   BMW Motorsport 1996, Laffite/Duez Silverstone, Laffite/Soper/Duez at Le Mans
017R BMW 1996 GT1 Bigazzi Team SRL   BMW Motorsport 1996, Piquet/Soper Silverstone. Piquet/Cecotto/Sullivan Le Mans
018R BMW 1996 GT1 Bigazzi Team SRL   Team Bigazzi SRL raced in Brazil 1996/1997 Piquet/Cecotto/Soper
019R BMW 1997 GT1 Team Lark McLaren => Team Take One (1999) Team Lark McLaren 1997 Suzuka 1000km. Acquired by Team Take One 1999 All Japan GT
020R BMW 1997 GT1 Gulf Davidoff   Gulf Davidoff 1997 FIA GT and Le Mans.
021R BMW 1997 GT1 BMW Motorsport => Team Carl Racing (1998) Team BMW 1997 FIA GT (Lehto/Soper). Acquired by Team Carl Racing 1998 British GT
022R BMW 1997 GT1 Gulf Davidoff   Gulf Davidoff 1997 FIA GT and Le Mans. Badly damaged by fire at Le Mans in June 1997 in practice. This was not rebuilt until the Autumn Cup. Davidoff Classic 1998 Le Mans, GTR, FIA Bscher/Lees.
023R BMW 1997 GT1 BMW Motorsport => Lawrence Stroll, CDN (2007~2010) Team BMW 1997 FIA GT (Kox/Ravaglia).
024R BMW 1997 GT1 BMW Motorsport => EMKA Racing (1998) BMW Motorsport 1997 Le Mans. After Le Mans 1997 used by Nielsen/Bscher while 22R had LM fire damage repaired. EMKA Racing 1998/1999 British GT, Le Mans 98 O'Rourke/Sugden
025R BMW 1997 GT1 Gulf Davidoff   Gulf Davidoff 1997 FIA GT and Le Mans.
026R BMW 1997 GT1 BMW Motorsport   BMW Motorsport 1997 Le Mans and FIA GT (Lehto/Soper).
027R BMW 1997 GT1 Parabolica Motorsport => AM Racing (1999) Raced by Team Lark McLaren at Le Mans 1997. AM Racing 1999 British GT. At Goodwood 2000 was auctioned at the "Brooks" car auction.
028R BMW 1997 GT1 Gulf Davidoff   Originally built as 027R but damaged by McLaren during its shakedown before delivery. Chassis plate 027R was removed and given to an unnumbered completed tub which was then sold to Parabolica. This car became Gulf Team Davidoff 1997 FIA GT spare car that was raced during second half of the season.
029R?? BMW 1999 GTP Hitotsuyama Racing   Unused tub Hitotsuyama Racing 1999 Fuji 1000km





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