Le Mans With Mclaren - Headed For Château De Chambord

Departing Paris was mildly hilarious with our "leader" taking about 4 wrong turns in a row. We decided that we'd quite like to get to lunch before 6pm so fired up a few sat nav apps (one for the driver and one for the passenger to act as navigator and to check the routing is correct) and found our own way out of Paris. 

Dayuuum dat aaassssss

Dayuuum dat aaassssss

That morning was the first time i'd seen a 650s "Le Mans Edition" and I have to say i'm loving the classic wheels and roof scoop, they really bring something to the car. I cannot wait to see a 675LT with a roof scoop (they are coming due to much lobbying from deposit holders).

650s Le Mans Edition

All P1s should drive around with the wing up..

Satin Volcano Red..

Le Mans With McLaren 2015 - Good Morning Paris

After a lovely dinner and getting to know some of the Mclaren owners and staff it was off to bed before an early rise. Walking out of the doors of Le Royal Monceau in the morning we were greeted by all the cars ready to depart..what a sight! Getting a chance to look at a few different P1s in a very short period of time you really get a look into all the different ways you are now able to customise your car through MSO. Some options I would say look amazing like the gold heat shielding harking back to the Mclaren F1, whereas others are only noticeable when you really look into the details.