About this project
The McLaren MCL32 (originally known as the McLaren MP4-32) is a Formula One racing car designed and constructed by the McLaren Honda team to compete in the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship.
The MCL32 is the first car built by McLaren since the McLaren M30 — which contested part of the 1980 season — that does not contain the "MP4" prefix as part of its chassis name. The change was introduced following CEO Ron Dennis's departure from the team's parent company, the McLaren Technology Group, in November 2016.
Rendered with the original onix and orange colors, and in black and yellow plus a set of 2017 season Pirelli tyres.