1960 1961 1962 352 390 Nos Exhaust Manifold C0ae-9431-a Galaxie Xl 1958 1959 on 2040-parts.com
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Richard Hammond gets to play with the Pagani Zonda Cinque
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The McLaren P1 is back at the Nurburgring looking to set a new record
It was brave of Ron Dennis to declare – before the McLaren P1 was anywhere close to finished – that the it would be able to lap the Nurburgring in under 7 minutes. He was obviously very confident his new baby was up to the task but, just like McLaren’s current Formula One car, the P1 seems to be just a bit off the pace. Last month we reported that it seemed the best the McLaren P1 could do at the Nurburgring was a 7:04s – a time McLaren didn’t make official – so we knew McLaren would be back with their laptops and engineers as soon as they’d figured a way to trim those last few seconds.