The 1968 McLaren M7A. The car that the team famously got its first Grand Prix victory with, thanks to our founder, Bruce McLaren.  11 races, 3 wins.

The 1968 McLaren M7A. The car that the team famously got its first Grand Prix victory with, thanks to our founder, Bruce McLaren. 11 races, 3 wins.

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Denny Hulme and Bruce McLaren with their McLaren M7A's, Spanish Grand Prix 1968 (Jarama)

Denny Hulme and Bruce McLaren with their McLaren M7A's, Spanish Grand Prix 1968 (Jarama)

Bruce McLaren and Denny Hulme powered their McLaren M7A's (pictured) to first and third place at the 3rd annual Race of Champions, held on 17 March 1968 at Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, UK. The McLaren team dominated the event, but the Lotus team went on to take the'68 Constructors Championship, ahead of  the McLaren team in second.

Bruce McLaren and Denny Hulme powered their McLaren M7A's (pictured) to first and third place at the 3rd annual Race of Champions, held on 17 March 1968 at Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, UK. The McLaren team dominated the event, but the Lotus team went on to take the'68 Constructors Championship, ahead of the McLaren team in second.

Peter Kenneth Gethin (GBR) (Bruce McLaren Motor Racing), McLaren M19A - Ford V8 (DNF) 1971 German Grand Prix, Nürburgring Nordschleife

Peter Kenneth Gethin (GBR) (Bruce McLaren Motor Racing), McLaren M19A - Ford V8 (DNF) 1971 German Grand Prix, Nürburgring Nordschleife

British GP Formula One motor race at Aintree Circuit. Bruce McLaren.21st July 1962

British GP Formula One motor race at Aintree Circuit. Bruce McLaren.21st July 1962

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