Dry ice blasting a McLaren F1 supercar | Beyond the Details – Ep 01

Welcome to Beyond The Information, hosted by Tim McNair of Grand Prix Concours. In this series, we'll be following Tim as he travels America performing concours-level preparation to some of the rarest, most expensive and unique vehicles … on the planet.

For the series best, Tim is taking viewers Beyond The Information with what many argue is the best cars and truck of all-time: the .We'll see Tim use solidified carbon dioxide blasting to the carbon fiber wheel wells of this F1, as well as getting up-close-and-personal with the brakes, taking the automobile from "clean," to fastidiously clean.

Special thanks not only to the owner of this for permitting us to bring you access to all of the up-close information of this vehicle, but likewise to McLaren of Philadelphia for hosting Tim and the team.

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Dry ice blasting a | Beyond the Details – Ep 01

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27 Comments

    1. When I grew older, I only appreciate regular non hdf F1, Hdf cars looks riced, juts buy GTR if you want to track it, regular F1 looks so much nicer and classy, without big wing + smaller r17 wheels.

    2. @Kristaps Dz the other issue with the HDK cars is they lack the side skirts found on the GTRs and LMs so they just look a bit unfinished.

  1. This car is royalty and the process was done fittingly with the same delicacy as the man who wipes the queen’s backside

    1. It’s not the manager that gets the work done, he/she supports those people with the tools and resources needed. Let’s give credit to the actual content creator.

    2. @Michael Cox there’s tons of well filmed videos on YouTube. What’s missing is the actual content what folks like to see. Hagerty has been knocking it out of the park with quality informative content. That was the whole point of my comment.

  2. Hagerty’s videos are top-notch! The editing is insane and the topics are always on point. Very well done!!

    1. That’s a Spal window switch, used by most ever European manufacturer in the 80’s and 90’s, but probably is the BMW version since they also have a modified 750i engine in the back.

  3. I can’t think of a single vehicle you could pull up in that would have more presence than a Mclaren F1, it’s so high up the car food chain.

  4. Such crazy attention to detail…I don’t have that kind of patience!✌️❤️🙂🇨🇦

  5. I never get tired of watching McLaren F1 videos and learning as much as I can about them, I pray that I can get to go for a ride in an F1 one day or maybe even test drive one. I could be wrong but this definitely looks like chassis 14, once owned by the Sultan of Brunei and is the only F1 he’s sold.

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