That's not an F1 LM.
That is GTR #16R converted for road use and resprayed in McLaren's traditional orange paint.
That's not an F1 LM.
FYI: You didn't need a ticket for any of the things you saw until the point at which you were given one and entered the show field. Lucky you for the generosity of that individual as while you were surely enjoying all that was on the outside, certainly inside is better. :-)
Next year consider buying a ticket as all but… »
I am a little upset that this thing was in Monterey this year for Car Week and I missed my chance to KIWF. »
In fact, every single thing is right about it as this was exactly how GTR 19R first appeared when it left the factory for testing in late 1996. Originality adds value and nostalgia will always be cool. »
Two items in green relate solely to the KERS unit. The LaFerrari's battery pack is mounted flat underneath the passenger compartment - you can see a portion of it at the front of the engine in your photo. Here is a better view. »
If there is difficulty scanning try maxing out your brightness - the bar code will be easier for the scanner to pick up with a higher contrast. »
Rowan's two accidents were in his own car - the same chassis 061 each time. He, along with a number of other F1 owners, was present at this accident scene as there is a Tour organized by the F1 Owner's Club running through Italy this week. »
'Show or Display' allows for 2,500 annual miles - essentially unmonitored except for the requirement that the vehicle be insured on a policy that includes that stipulation. This is true for most collector car policies. »
That trail of white/grey smoke coming out of the back of the Koenigsegg towards the end is not a good sign. »
Around the time the 4200R was released Isuzu were also offering a proposal to Gordon Murray at McLaren Cars to supply the engine for the upcoming McLaren F1 road car project. Technically they were there and could have done it, but the Isuzu brand obviously was lacking the racing pedigree to be taken seriously as an… »
Should be noted that the Gooding sale of #066 for $8.47M last August in Monterey was only the highest recorded public sale. Already there were other F1s that had traded for more, including more than the price paid in this sale, through private transactions. To suggest that the market for an F1 has moved by $1.5M in… »
The dirty little secret Ferrari don't want you to know is that despite shunning the idea of including an E-mode, theoretically the LaFerrari can go further on battery power alone than the P1 can. »
These things don't tend to translate well in photos. Have you seen a 650S in person yet? I have and I thought it was a tremendous improvement for those who felt the 12C wasn't aggressive enough. »
This part about the Diplomat's husband not being able to sell the vehicle to any old person he chooses via Ebay (cited already by HideyoshiJP) is the first point I came here to make. The car may have entered the country initially under a legal waiver provided by the DOT, but now that possession has changed unlawfully… »
No one needs this - the components are completely obsolete given the change in laws and the fact that the government chose to grandfather in the Ameritech F1s under the newer 'Show or Display' provision. The fact that these parts were created by a company here in the USA and not McLaren (without their blessing even)… »
The same owner also had chassis 031 for a while in Chicago. It was displayed at the opening of McLaren's Chicago dealership in Feb 2012. His collection is immensely impressive and I've recently gotten a tip that he purchased something else that would make our jaws drop. I know where his cars live but it's not my… »