WOULD YOU BUY THE F1 FOR £10M?
KEITH ADAMS EDITOR
No I wouldn’t buy this F1. I’d buy 10 Ferrari 288 GTOs and actually use one of them to enjoy driving the most desirable of all 1980s supercars.
JAMES SADLIER MANAGING EDITOR
I love McLaren F1s, but I couldn’t spend £10m on any car unless it came with a matching yacht and helicopter. Something for McLaren to think about.
GARVAIS SEYMOUR PRODUCTION EDITOR
Hmm. I’d have to road test it first, see if there’s any smoke at start-up, do an HPI check and assess the panel gaps. Can’t be too careful.
DAVID BROWN ASSOCIATE EDITOR
No, I would invest in a very nice house in the country with a long drive plus plenty of garages to contain a multitude of beautiful BRMs and Volkswagens.
DAVID SIMISTER FEATURES EDITOR
No. I’d buy a barn to store 100 classics to enjoy in the real world. Why do 240mph when an MG PA Midget is more fun at a tenth of that?
MURRAY SCULLION ACTING NEWS EDITOR
I’d drive it occasionally to Goodwood, and then watch £20m drop into my bank account in 10 years’ time.
CALUM BROWN WEB PRODUCER
What a ridiculous question. I’m Scottish. If I had £10m, I’d buy a house, a distillery, some staff and a herd of classic Land Rovers to pass the time.
LEISE ENRIGHT OFFICE MANAGER
I need a new car for taking the kids to school so yes, I’d buy it. I would then sell my husband to pay for tyres and servicing.