The power output of the F1 GTR was reduced to 600 HP due to gandicap rules enforced by the GT Racing Series. A larger rear wing compensates this and thus, aerodynamics is improved. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 1996 F1 GTR finished the fourth overall.
For 1996 the F1 GTR was reduced to 600 hp by handicap rules enforced by the GT Racing Series. To compensate McLaren improved the aerodynamics of the car by using a larger rear wing. The weight of the car was also reduced. The 1996 F1 GTR finished a respectable 4th overall at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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