In typical McLaren fashion, the owner of the 675LT wasn't afraid to show up to the race even though it comes in Spider trim. And that's because the British carmaker's open-top models shown an almost imperceptible performance difference compared to their fixed-roof versions.
At first, such a battle might seem odd. After all, we're talking about a fight between a machine that packs 675 hp and one that delivers 916 hp. Then again, on-paper racing rarely covers the topic, so we should allow the real-world battles to take place and enjoy their results.
The two British missiles got together on an airfield in Sweden and raced on two different occasions, with the two switching positions on the runway for the two battles.
And to make things even more interesting, the weather wasn't perfectly clear during the races, but this didn't stop the drivers from going at it.
If the scenery in the piece of footage depicting the race seems familiar, it's probably because we've already brought you other races from the same event.
The velocity gathering we're referring to brought along a plethora of toys, as, for instance, we've talked about a battle between a Porsche Carrera GT and a Ferrari F50.
Oh, and let's not forget about the sprinting fight between the Lamborghini Aventador S and the Porsche 911 GT2 RS.