The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans. 

The McLaren F1 is a legend in its own right. Of the 106 cars that were built, only three F1 GTs (commonly referred to as “Longtails” due to their stretched bodywork) were made to comply with FIA requirements for the F1 GTR race cars that competed in the GT1 class at Le Mans.