I believe that they should have stopped with the P1 GTR. I mean the 'LM' in the F1 LM had a deep meaning, tracing back to it's roots in winning Le Mans. It was a road version of the race version (that won Le Mans) of the road version of the F1. The P1 GTR is not a race version... anything, it is more or less a track car, that can only be used at private events. There is no meaning to the LM moniker. The only reason, in my opinion that these should have been made, is if there were ONLY 5 commissioned by owners of the F1 LM, and I know for a fact that this is NOT the case. The F1 LM was essentially a road version of the racing GTR, made before any of the F1 GTR's had become converted back into street cars. Which makes me question why these have been built, given that the P1 GTR's are already road legal?
I dearly hope that these were not built due to an influx of requests from P1 owners or otherwise. If it is, McLaren really needs to learn that they MUST draw a line, and not surpass it. I have not really said much about the 675 LT/ Spider debacle, but now that they are adding another 25 Carbon cars, surpassing double the initial production of 500 units. Although I felt that the LT was not the right branding title, as it was used on a world class F1 racing car, I let that that go as well. As I have already addressed, in my opinion, the LM moniker should be saved for a truly special car.
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