The McLaren F1—often lauded as the greatest car ever made—has not exactly been in the same realm of ultra-rare collectible as, let’s say, the Ferrari 250 GTO series from the 60s has in recent history. Gordon Murray may have designed a ridiculously good supercar, but no amount of gold-plating and limited-numbering and top-speed-record-setting could’ve fetched the amounts a pre-war Bugatti or a post-war racing Ferrari could get on the auction block. Until now. Reconfirming that motorsport heritage really is the way to a fat envelope after the auction, the McLaren F1 LM has fetched a record setting $19.8 Million. With 21.5k km on the clock, car no. 018 is only one of two LM cars modified to this spec. It’s the most expensive McLaren ever sold at an auction.