Formula 1, or F1, is the highest class of single-seat racing on the planet with drivers regularly reaching speeds greater than 200 miles per hour. These high-performance vehicles are subject to rigorous testing and Lola, the manufacturer of this car, missed out on qualifying for the F1 Championships by 11 seconds in 1997. While the company never raced again, this vehicle sits on a genuine F1 chassis, but the engine has been replaced with something less powerful that won't endanger the driver and others on the road. F1 enthusiasts can only dream of driving a fully tuned F1 vehicle, but this Lola F1R is the next best thing. Check out this fantastic street-legal F1 car which was up for sale at the 2016 Bonhams December Auctions in England.
Street Legal Add-Ons
It is easy to spot the additions on the vehicle that make it eligible for road use. The front and rear of the vehicle are fitted with headlights as well as indicators which are mandatory features in any road-worthy vehicle.