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  McLaren F1 GTR (1995), McLaren F1 GTR (1997)

The McLaren F1 GTR was created following motorsport teams convincing McLaren to build a racing version of the McLaren F1, after its initial launch as a road car, to compete in the BPR Global GT Series.

Three different variants of the race car were developed from 1995 to 1997.


Need for Speed: High Stakes

The F1 GTR appears in Need for Speed: High Stakes as a class AAA car.

The PC release features the 1995 F1 GTR 'short-tail' whereas the PlayStation release features the 1997 F1 GTR 'long-tail'. In both releases, it costs $500,000.

It is slower than the CLK-GTR, Ferrari F50, and the Diablo SV. But it more than makes up for it with the best handling and best acceleration in its class.


  • In Need for Speed: Heat, the McLaren F1 '93 can be fitted with various visual parts developed for the 1997 McLaren F1 GTR "Long Tail".
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  • The McLaren F1 GTR, at one point during development, could be modified with upgrades in the PlayStaton release of Need for Speed: High Stakes, along with the Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR. Even though the player can not modify it, A.I. opponents will appear with the upgrade when selected with another vehicle fully upgraded.


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