1965 McLaren M1B Goodwood 
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The world best documented McLaren M1B Sport Proto race car.

Faster than a Ford GT40 and cheaper


Mclaren M1B 30-06 Arrive in The USA the 19/4/1966
Broke Doran was a privateer and no offence to him say that he was an amateur racing driver, some time his race time was 10 seconds faster that his qualifying time.

This McLaren was a winner race car but need to be in the right hands to perform at his best.
In 1966 Mid Ohio USRRC, the car was raced by Doren and Carl Hass, the McLaren USA agent.
In 1967, the car was raced with good success for the amateur driver.
In 1968, the car was advertised for sale in Autoweek magazine. See document.

1967, sold to Indiana based racer, Wedge Rafferty who on the first 1968 event shared the car with Larry Bock to a fantastic fifth place overall in the USRRC Road America 500 Miles

Sold to Stanley Brown, who race the McLaren in the USRRC championship
In 1976, car sold to Steve Dawson from Indiana. See document
In 1978, car sold yo the famous Chuck Haines, the Can Am specialist. See document
In 1981, Chuck Haines sold it to U.K. very well known historic racer Alex Seldon
Sold directly to John Foulston, the computer magnate, who send to it Lanzante for a complete race ready restoration.
1982, Lanzante upgrade the body to the latest M1C body and vented discs.
1982 Raced by John Brindley with 6 victories and championship victory ! See Document
1982, sold to Ray Bellm, and prepare by Roger Andreason.

1983, raced one race and a third place.
At the end of the year, Brindley in Ó complicates deal took back with him his winner McLaren 30-06.
Brindley then raised it to victory at Donington and Silverstone. See document
1984, again Brindley took 4 class wins, three seconds, one third and one fourth and again a championship victory. See document
1985, car wash for sale in the magazine Autosport and sold to Wolfgang Momberger. Raced in the Supersport events at the Nurburgring. See document

1986, advertise in Autosport magazine and sold to Richard Weiland and raced in various SuperSport events in Europe. See document.

1996, for sale by Hall and Fowler in UK.
2001, car was owned by Tom Commander and raced in SuperSport sÚrie again. See document.
2002, for sale in Autosport magazine and bought by Richard Dodkins who raced it in SuperSport sÚrie and European Group 4 championship. See document
Late 2003, the car was invited in the Goodwood festival and car was restored to original specs.
2004, the car was shipped to South Africa and raced by Glenn Price in the sÚrie organised by David Piper.

After the car was a winner again in the hands of Price in SuperSport series.
September, back to Goodwood and a fantastic fourth overall in a chaotic race. See document

2005, again Goodwood has driven by Nick Whale 2006, again Goodwood has driven by Whale with a fantastic second place with a 0,314 second margin with the first place! See document

2007, restored and again Goodwood with again a second place behind Ray Bellm and with a 1 second margin on the final lap. See document
Ray Bellm was famously using a special engine in his GT40.
2008, again at Goodwood with again a second place and this time a gap of 0,757 second with the first one. See document.
2010, again at Goodwood and again a second place with a 1,694 second margin with the first.

See document

Engine rebuilt by Mathwall, the best engine shop in UK. See document.
2012 sold to Carlo, who also raced with great success
All parts crack tested. See document

All period sets of FIA papers

200 Hundreds pages of documents, old advertise, letter from previous owners, period photos

Reference Number 496516

as of 12/2/2019

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Italy  Mobile    Country  Italy Italy
Overview
Car 1965 McLaren M1B Goodwood
Condition Exceptional 
Configuration Right Hand Drive (RHD) 
Options Competition: Full Race setup, Racing Seats, Rollcage 
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Known History

The world best documented McLaren M1B Can Am race car.

 

 

Mclaren M1B 30-06 Arrive in The USA the 19/4/1966

Broke Doran was a privateer and no offence to him say that he was an amateur racing driver, some time his race time was 10 seconds faster that his qualifying time.

 

This McLaren was a winner race car but need to be in the right hands to perform at his best.

In 1966 Mid Ohio USRRC, the car was raced by Doren and Carl Hass, the McLaren USA agent.

In 1967, the car was raced with good success for the amateur driver.

In 1968, the car was advertised for sale in Autoweek magazine. See document.

 

Sold to Stanley Brown, who race the McLaren in the USRRC championship

In 1976, car sold to Steve Dawson from Indiana. See document

In 1978, car sold yo the famous Chuck Haines, the Can Am specialist. See document

In 1981, Chuck Haines sold it to U.K. very well known historic racer Alex Seldon

Sold directly to John Foulston, the computer magnate, who send to it Lanzante for a complete race ready restoration.

1982, Lanzante upgrade the body to the latest M1C body and vented discs.

1982 Raced by John Brindley with 6 victories and championship victory ! See Document

1982, sold to Ray Bellm, and prepare by Roger Andreason.

 

1983, raced one race and a third place.

At the end of the year, Brindley in Ó complicates deal took back with him his winner McLaren 30-06.

Brindley then raised it to victory at Donington and Silverstone. See document

1984, again Brindley took 4 class wins, three seconds, one third and one fourth and again a championship victory. See document

1985, car wash for sale in the magazine Autosport and sold to Wolfgang Momberger. Raced in the Supersport events at the Nurburgring. See document

 

1986, advertise in Autosport magazine and sold to Richard Weiland and raced in various SuperSport events in Europe. See document.

 

1996, for sale by Hall and Fowler in UK.

2001, car was owned by Tom Commander and raced in SuperSport sÚrie again. See document.

2002, for sale in Autosport magazine and bought by Richard Dodkins who raced it in SuperSport sÚrie and European Group 4 championship. See document

Late 2003, the car was invited in the Goodwood festival and car was restored to original specs.

2004, the car was shipped to South Africa and raced by Glenn Price in the sÚrie organised by David Piper.

 

After the car was a winner again in the hands of Price in SuperSport series.

September, back to Goodwood and a fantastic fourth overall in a chaotic race. See document

 

2005, again Goodwood has driven by Nick Whale 2006, again Goodwood has driven by Whale with a fantastic second place with a 0,314 second margin with the first place! See document

 

2007, restored and again Goodwood with again a second place behind Ray Bellm and with a 1 second margin on the final lap. See document

Ray Bellm was famously using a special engine in his GT40.

2008, again at Goodwood with again a second place and this time a gap of 0,757 second with the first one. See document.

2010, again at Goodwood and again a second place with a 1,694 second margin with the first.

 

See document

 

Engine rebuilt by Mathwall, the best engine shop in UK. See document.

2012 sold to Carlo, who also raced with great success

All parts crack tested. See document

 

All period sets of FIA papers

 

200 Hundreds pages of documents, old advertise, letter from previous owners, period photos