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McLaren honors Ayrton Senna with a special version of McLaren P1

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On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the first world title to the deceased Brazilian F1 legend Ayrton Senna, takes McLaren a special version of the McLaren P1 GTR.

It is the Special Operations division of McLaren special version of the McLaren P1 GTR accomplished. After McLaren earlier this year, paid tribute to Ayrton Senna wants the legendary sportwagenmerk the Brazilian F1 legend again honor on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of his first F1 world title.

The McLaren P1 GTR was inspired by the McLaren MP4/4 that Senna for a first-time world champion was. The car has a similar livery on the then known Marboro livery is based, but without the brand name Marlboro. In addition, the bib number is 12, the number that is used by Senna at the time, rode on the wagon back to find.

The lacquer would, according to McLaren about 800 hours worked, although there was of course also a lot of attention is paid to the sporty driving performance. So, the engine was seriously pimped, although McLaren is no specific performance are free, all the to know that there is a 24-carat gold heat shield is mounted.

The car underwent a lot of aerodynamic adjustments and has a special and impressive rear wing that more than 800 kilograms of downward pressure generates. The inside of the car is adorned with a qoute of Ayrton Senna: “I am not designed to finish 2nd or 3rd.. I am designed to win.”

The buyer of the car gets finally also a matching race helmet in similar colors as the car. How much the car correct costs is not known, all you need for a normal version of the McLaren P1 already has 2 million changed hands …

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