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FIRST DRIVE: GMA T.50 – McLaren F1 Successor’s 900-mile road trip

Creator: Top Gear    Category: Cars, Motors, Vehicles    Added: 22 Nov 2023

Get ready for a sensory bombardment as Top Gear Magazine’s Head of Car Testing, Ollie Marriage, embarks on a 900-mile adventure, from Barcelona to Bilbao, via the stunning mountain roads of the Spanish Pyrenees. Follow as he delves into the T.50's driving dynamics, from the exhilarating scream of that naturally aspirated V12 engine to the joyous shifts of the manual gearbox.

Designed to honour-but-improve on the iconic McLaren F1, the T.50 is a symphony of engineering purity, weight-saving purges and mechanical artistry. In Ollie's view, it is the best driver’s car in the world, and it might never be bettered...

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00:00 Intro
02:13 Operational Briefing
05:02 First Drive
07:42 Tunnels 🔉
08:54 Driving Position/ergonomics
10:50 Mountain Roads
15:58 Design
21:33 Conclusion

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