If you’re a McLaren F1 owner in North America, life just got a whole lot easier. Previously, examples of the Gordon Murray-designed supercar would have to be shipped back to the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, UK for maintenance, but that’s no longer the case thanks to the all-new North American McLaren F1 Service Center.
It’s operated by McLaren Philadelphia, but has been built “at a remote site in Pennsylvania, set up to ensure customer discretion and privacy.” There are more F1s out there than you might think, too: despite McLaren never officially importing the car to the US, over 20 currently reside in North America - around 20 per cent of all F1s ever built.
The new facility has a set of the original F1 service tools, and yes, that includes one of the early 90s-spec laptops required to communicate with the car using ancient DOS-based software.
We strongly recommend you take a look through some more pictures of the place. How good does a McLaren F1 look partially disassembled?