We continue our look at classic cars from McLaren’s history with the M19C, it’s race winning challenger for the 1972 season. Nicknamed ‘The Alligator Car’ due to its bulging mid-section and long nose, the car introduced a number of firsts for the team.
Jenson Button took to the streets of Moscow, courtesy of Mobil 1 to take part in the annual Moscow City Racing event. This saw Jenson running the McLaren Formula 1 car at high pace past some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Stay tuned to the end for an impressive display of burnouts!
The new series of Tooned continues! As 2013 marks McLaren’s 50 anniversary, Tooned is taking a look back at the team’s long and successful history. You’ll find out about the Grand Prix successes of Fittipaldi, Hunt, Prost, Senna and Häkkinen, plus stories from McLaren personnel about the team and the drivers they worked with
Here, in a gripping YouTube video created for the Official Vodafone McLaren Mercedes YouTube channel, the exciting precision work that Lawrence Manning carries out almost takes one’s breath away. As one of fourteen airbrush artists at the McLaren Technology Centre, in Woking, Surrey, Lawrence customises the cars that race on the track. Speaking frankly to the camera, the artist here talks about his passion for the work he does.
Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez talks about life at McLaren and Britain’s history of success in sport in this latest video from SPORT IS GREAT BRITAIN.
Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez habla de su vida en McLaren y la historia de éxito deportivo de Gran Bretaña en este video de Sport is GREAT BRITAIN
In the build up to Armed Forces Day, which falls on the Saturday of the British Grand Prix, McLaren joined up with Help for Heroes and Mission Motorsport to give wounded servicemen an insight into what it takes to win in the immensely competitive world of Formula 1.
Mobil 1 The Grid asks Jenson Button how to master pitstops in this exclusive F1 feature. The skills of a professional racer are tested to the full at the top level of motorsport where every fraction of a second counts. And who better than Jenson Button, whose 2.31 second pitstop at Germany in 2012 became the quickest in the history of F1, to give us a run down.
In a candid interview with Vodafone McLaren Mercedes, Jenson Button gives us his take on the season so far, what the fans and their support means to him and the team – and delivers a personal message straight to the fans.
On Sunday, 16th June 2013, McLaren fans & Team McLaren members met at the Daytona Milton Keynes karting circuit to ‘Race against McLaren’. With a team of staff from McLaren Racing, including technicians, designers and engineers & captained by Oliver Turvey, 24 teams of six pitted their driving skills and strategy against them in a 3-hour endurance race in the unpredictable British weather. Find out about the next Team McLaren event here:
In this exclusive series we continue to delve into the never before seen areas of the McLaren Technology Centre. This week Miles McAlister talks us through the role of the clothing assistant and what it takes to keep both the drivers and the race team kitted out throughout the season.