McLaren shows P1 GTR with Ayrton Senna racing livery
The color scheme evokes the Marlboro sponsorship associated with McLaren's Formula 1 cars.
McLaren has revealed an MSO-customized P1 GTR celebrating the 30th anniversary of Ayrton Senna's first Formula 1 World Championship.
The red and white color scheme is inspired by the iconic racing livery of Senna's MP4/4 during the two decades that McLaren maintained a Marlboro sponsorship. Additional details include Senna trademarks on the front splitter and doors, along with the slogan 'Driven to Perfection' on the doors and intake.
The McLaren Special Operations team spent more than 800 hours painting and customizing the exterior.
Aside from the visual enhancements, the car also features aerodynamic upgrades that increase downforce to around 1,760 pounds. The rear wing also features larger endplates inspired by Senna's MP4/4.
The P1 GTR chassis 12 has been named 'Beco' by the owner, borrowing a nickname given to Senna by his parents.