Are these the most beautiful McLaren 570s on the Planet?
The United States. It is home to the Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty and this very special McLaren dealership.
This official dealership in Beverly Hills has come up with some beautiful McLaren 570s. 'Racing Through The Ages' is the name of this collection. It has six cars split into three pairs, each containing a 570S and 570S Spider. Each pair is supposed to celebrate a different part of McLaren’s racing heritage, from the early days of Bruce McLaren’s career to modern-day Formula One.
Each car will get a special MSO rear-wing, fitted by the dealer and not the factory, and also the GT4 stripes. They also get black wheels, a mouth-watering MSO titanium exhaust and lots of blacked-out trim pieces. There is also a bonus of special stitching and dedication plates that read “1 of 6: Racing Through the Ages”.
Everybody knows Bruce McLaren, but few know the beach in his first race aged 15. The beach was situated in New Zealand was named 'Muriwai'. Muriwai is also the name of a house he built in Woking, which he painted white with blue shutters. The end-plates of the rear-wing feature the “Speedy Kiwi” logo in orange.
This might sound a bit fruity but this was an evolution of the colour Bruce McLaren painted on his racing cars in the Sixties and Seventies, and is the very same colour in which the company’s modern-day F1 cars are finished. Just like old racing cars, these 570s get blue rear-wings.
This colour celebrated McLaren’s win at the Le Mans 24hrs in 1995, when the F1 GTR finished 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 13th. The rear-wings of these 570s have ““24 HEURES DU MANS – WINNERS 1995” script in white lettering. ''Grey Beauty"