They’re actually not windows at all - the F1 GT has a solid carbon fiber engine cover to save weight. They just left the areas where there would have been glass bare when they painted it.
The color on 56XPGT was officially called “Silverstone Green”, but as with a lot of cars painted in this hue of what some will refer to as British Racing Green the paint will flip from dark green to teal under different lighting. In fact in some lighting this car almost looks black.
Take a look at pictures of the… »
In order of appearance by chassis number...
01R (the '95 Le Mans winner) then McLaren's new P1 GTR, then 06R, 10R, 07R, 13R, 16R, 03R, 02R, 12R, 22R, 15R, 28R, 26R, 27R, 24R and finally 19R.
Next time walk a little slower. :D »
They brought the F1 GT long tail road car prototype because of the link to the new 675LT, where "LT" equals "long tail". 😉 »
There was a rumor of the remains of one of the wrecked cars being preserved but you'd still need to fund the repairs and get McLaren to agree to resurrect the car. There's no way you'd get one back together and functional without their assistance. »
With three exclamation points its clear you are hoping that BKRM3 is actually the person represented in that avatar. :D »
There are actually several significant differences - enough so that at least one new patent was required. The Sports Series Monocell also carries what appear to be the upper control arm mounts for the front suspension, whereas those were separate elements on the 12C/650S version of the Monocell. »
That's exactly how the "Show or Display" legislation came to be. Details documented in this old AutoWeek article on the topic:
The owner's son. He's quite capable behind the wheel - regularly races in the Porsche and Ferrari Challenge series events and does pretty well. »
When I saw the headline the Murano Cabriolet was the first and only thing that popped into my mind. I think it might fail the 'ability to find someone else to buy it when finished' test though. »
Quoting you: "Uber is running a taxi car service while paying none of the taxes, medallion and inspection fees, licensing, training, employee salaries, or commercial livery insurance that other taxi car services pay. Uber doesn't even buy or lease fleet cars or have safety inspections."
Those things you mention… »