Mclaren M8F - 1971 Can Am - Denny Hulme

Mclaren M8F - 1971 Can Am - Denny Hulme

1971 Mclaren M8F - Denny Hulme in the brutally dominant eight-litre V8 Mclaren M8. Got a bit carried away with this one, but the car offers a lot in term of imagination & is inspired by the automotive concept artist Syd Mead. 1971 would see the final year of Mclaren's 5-year domination of the Can-Am series. Mclaren teammates Peter Revson & Denny Hulme would battle it out through the '71 season to take 1-2 in the final standings. The papaya-coloured m8 was savagely efficient in appearance, performance & sound, and forms a key part of Mclarens heritage.

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Motorsport Artwork from Automotive Designer; Pete Clarke. Artwork created using mixed techniques including pencil sketch, marker, oil and finished digitally in Photoshop.

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