Floyd Mayweather poses with his white McLaren 650s earlier this year. With his recent victory over Manny Pacquiao and a bunch of extra cash in his pocket, we wouldn’t be surprised to see even more additions to his car collection soon.
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Deadmau5 is ready to roll for Gumball3000. He shared a photo of his McLaren 650S and his new McLaren P1 all decked out as “Team Blackjack” with the 650S as the “Queen of Hearts” and the P1 as the “Ace of Spades”.
This years rally will start in Stockholm and pass through Oslo, Copenhagen, Amsterdam then will make the journey across the Atlantic Ocean to Reno, continuing onto San Francisco, Los Angeles and ending in Las Vegas.
Although Lewis Hamilton hasn’t raced a McLaren for two years, the current F1 World Championship leader decided it was time to get behind the wheel of one again. After his recent Bahrain win, Hamilton decided to treat himself with a blue McLaren P1. While the Brit hasn’t actually been seen driving the car himself, the car has already been spotted running around the sunny streets of Monaco.
The McLaren P1 will join Hamilton’s special edition Pagani Zonda 760 LH (above) that already takes a spot in his garage and his soon-to-be Ferrari LaFerrari. With the P1’s black wheels and carbon fiber splitter contrasting the vibrant blue, Hamilton’s new car looks as competitive as its driver.
Deadmau5 just took delivery of his new McLaren P1 and he shared a photo of it on Twitter with the caption, “Going for a drive! Brb!”. Deadmau5’s been waiting for this moment since last October when he shared this photo. Now he has something to distract him while he waits for his BAC Mono!
After seventeen years, 41,000 miles, two crashes, and one owner, it looks like Rowan Atkinson is preparing to part ways with his McLaren F1. There isn’t an actual online listing of the car yet so we don’t know the exact price tag but it’s somewhere around 8 million pounds or 12 million dollars.
That’s a hefty tag for a car that was once wrapped around a tree, but because of the rarity of the F1 — only 107 were ever produced and just 64 of them were actually street cars — it’s really no surprise.
While it’s hard to top a McLaren F1, Atkinson is a longtime car enthusiast so we’re sure he’ll add another car to his garage soon.
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