McLaren Racing through the ages at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016.
Photographs by Marcia White
The F1GTR in the holding paddock prior to the Goodwood hillclimb. One of the most successful racing cars ever, having won at Le Mans and in the BPR Global GT Series.
The M8F shown in the holding paddock prior to the hillclimb. This is the car that dominated the Can Am in 1971.
Nyck de Vries sitting on the MP4/2 in the holding paddock, prior to the hillclimb. This is the car in which Lauda won the 1984 World Championship, powered by the 800bhp Porsche-built TAG engine.
The 1976 M23, leaving the holding paddock, on its way down the hill to the start of the hillclimb.
The M26 in which James Hunt won three Grands Prix in 1977. Shown here leaving the holding padock, on its way down to the start of the hillclimb.
The M23 in which James Hunt became World Champion in 1976.
The MP4/6 that was driven by the great Ayrton Senna to victory in the 1991 World Championship.
The MP4/2 that was driven by Prost and Lauda in the 1984 season. Lauda took the championship by half a point from Prost.
The M8F that dominated Can-Am in the 1971 season, when it was driven by Denny Hulme and Peter Revson. Shown exiting the holding paddock prior to the Goodwood hillclimb.
The M23 in the holding paddock. This is the car in which James Hunt became World Champion in 1976.
McLaren static display
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016
The MP4/2C was driven to victory by Alain Prost in the World Championship.
The M15 was the McLaren’s first Indy Car driven by Carl Williams and Peter Revson.
The M8D is the Can-Am winning car of 1970.
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