McLaren Gas Station Is a Display of British Horsepower

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As it often happens here on autoevolution, we've come up with an answer to a question nobody asked. Ever wondered what the world would look like if the only cars around were McLarens? Bear with us and we'll get to the bottom Longtail of this.
It all has to do with the video below, which brings us a gas station loaded with Woking machines. To be more precise, the octane restaurant happens to feed a McLaren 675LT, 570S, 12C, 650S and the 650S Sprint.

Wait, isn't the last one a track car - how did it get to the gas station? Well, as it happens, this is the station that serves the Spa-Francorchamps track in Belgium. All the Macs were there for a reason, namely to attend the PureMcLaren event.

We're dealing with Woking's customer racing program, which has recently taken aficionados to the Belgian track, with the weather being one of the assets that helped build a case for the location.

While we're at it, let's go through the layers of the circuit scheme together. It all starts with the standard Owner Track Drives, which basically boost the safety and the accommodation factors of a track day experience.

Next up we have the Pure McLaren Performance Academy, where you get one-on-one tuition with the aim of entering the realm of GT racing. Bonus: McLaren brings the cars and the 650S Sprint is on the list, hence its presence in the clip below.

We have to add the McLaren Experiences, which also means you don't have to own a Mac. And while you do get official assistance, the motorsport target is not on the menu.

P.S.: Note that you'll also find a second video below, which describes the kind of experience you can have during one of these events.

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