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Discussion in 'F1' started by Terra, Jan 23, 2020.
Hat's off, that rocks. I love the fact that he a) drives cars not related to his employer like this McLaren/BMW and his Ferrari's and b) Mercedes let him. Can you imagine back in his McLaren days if he'd rocked up in a Ferrari, Ron would have had a seizure.
The Chassis No. of his F1 is coincidentally 044! (i.e. his Race No. is 44).
I didn't know that. Hat's of to Ferrari for making / allowing that to happen. Respect is shown by both sides there.
I’m speaking about his McLaren F1 road car being Chassis No. 044.
Apparently the passengers were his Step Mom and Dad and yes this is chassis #44 sold at Bonhams in 2017 for a little over $15 million. Pretty cool stuff.
Is this car road legal ? I can't see a number plate at the front.
It’s in America. It’s ok to not have one.
He should totally paint it purple.
Each state has their own rules on 1 or 2 license plates.
Lack of front plate. One of the very, very, many reasons, although admittedly a small one, why I'm an Ex Pat Brit living here.
Gosh, those things cost a fortune, and only going up in value
That one just got devalued after being driven by elton....
Quite the opposite but then again haters gonna hate.
I think you need front plate in Cali, now. However, it is probably a fix-it ticket, or maybe a $100 fine.
Ohio just dropped required front plate.
Probably a Montana registration.
It even has a stick shift (i.e., manual !)
Some states only require a plate on the back.
Mika Hakkinen owned a 360, a Testarossa and an F-50 when he was driving for Ron Dennis.
I guess they don't have speed cameras then.
I would imagine the camera shoots the rear end