The line between road-going supercars and full fledged race cars used to be more distinct. Not that you never saw racing versions of supercars, but they usually had to be heavily modified in order to go racing. But then the McLaren F1 won Le Mans, followed a few years later by a win from the 1995-1999 Porsche 911 GT1, and really fast cars started being designed with the idea in mind of being both street and race cars. This has never been more true than it is with the current round of hypercars, which includes the F1’s successor, the P1. In racing form, it is the 2016 McLaren P1 GTR, and here we see it on the track hitting 202mph.