It’s time for us to give away the fourth and final bottle of Hugo Boss Bottled Sport eau de toilette to one of you lucky (or otherwise) readers. As we’ve previously established, Hugo Boss has a long-running partnership with motorsport, particularly the McLaren team.
McLaren‘s own history is long and illustrious, with a record of winning one in four of every Formula 1 Grand Prix team it’s entered. Through those years there have been plenty of iconic cars, from the first M2B raced in 1966, through cars such as the MP4/1 of 1981 and the 2012 car, the MP4-27. There have also been non-F1 racing cars, such as this M6GT (below) that was developed for Le Mans, and was later converted to a road car.
So, McLaren‘s nomenclature has always been number derived. The sequential rising of the numbers of F1 cars is logical enough, but for a chance to win the last bottle of great-smelling Bottled Sport, we want to know the following:
What does MP4 stand for in the naming of McLaren racing cars?
Leave your answer in the comments section below, and we’ll pick a winner from the correct responses. Good luck!