The McLaren F1 LM is a street-legal version of the F1 GTR racecar, built to celebrate the 5 F1 GTRs that finished the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans race.
- Text originally from the McLaren F1 LM's Wikipedia article.
In late 1995, McLaren built five F1 LMs (LM for Le Mans) in honour of the five McLaren F1 GTR's that finished the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans and took the overall win.
McLaren designed the standard F1 as an ultimate road car, in the sense that it strives to be comfortable and usable in everyday conditions despite being a potent sports car. However, the LM edition is a lower and stiffer, track-oriented vehicle, with a stripped down, bare interior, and solid aluminium bushings in place of the rubber bushings in the suspension system and without the Ground Plane Shear Centre system on the standard F1.
Asphalt 9: Legends
The McLaren F1 LM was released in the Lamborghini Season Update as a high-end Class B car with the following rank statistics:
The F1 LM has a high top speed, along with good acceleration, handling, and nitrous, making it competitive against other high-end B Class cars like the Lamborghini Huracán EVO Spyder, Lotus Evija, and Porsche Carrera GT.
Players who participated in the 15 years of Asphalt TLE could earn up to 15 epic blueprints for the car, however, the key was not rewarded.
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