Across Europe in the McLaren P1
EXCLUSIVE: Tom Ford blasts from Spa to Britain in the 903bhp hybrid hypercar… and ends up on a closed runway. Oh yes
Posted: 06 Jan 2014
And yet there's more. Once you've exhausted the standard capabilities, you can play with the DRS button, which flattens the rear wing, allowing for pointlessly vital extra mph on the track-day straight. Then you can pretend to be a jet pilot with an afterburner by pressing the IPAS button, which scavenges any power from the batteries and delivers it on cue, all at once, in any gear, as long as you're at more than 80 per cent throttle. It's like having 150bhp shot of nitrous knocking about on the Space Shuttle.