McLaren unveils one-off Senna-inspired livery for the Monaco GP, for both F1 and road car

McLaren heads to Monaco with a radical new one-off racing livery meant to celebrate the late Ayrton Senna, who died 30 years ago. The yellow, green and blue look is of course a reference to Brazil, and it doesn’t just apply to the Formula 1 car, as McLaren also created a unique livery on a Senna road car for the occasion.

Senna won three drivers’ championships and four constructors’ championships while driving for McLaren, and this livery pays tribute to the Brazilian’s racing helmet. McLaren chose Monaco to honor Senna because of his enormous success on the difficult street circuit where he won a total of six times, including five in a row. Naturally, both Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will wear unique driver suits to match the car, giving McLaren a totally new look for the race weekend it hopes to continue. challenge Red Bull and Max Verstappen.

In addition to the race car, McLaren unveiled a Senna road car called the ‘Senna Semper livery’. Created in collaboration with the Ayrton Senna Institute, this car was actually one of the pre-production Sennas used in the original launch campaign and the global media campaign transformed for the occasion. This isn’t just any sticker though, as the McLaren Special Operations team has painted virtually everything you see on the car. The appearance is intended to mimic the color scheme of the F1 car, and it does it excellently. In addition, McLaren goes even further by using a unique yellow interior upholstery

One thing you can’t do with this Senna, however, is buy it, as it’s technically a pre-production car that will remain in McLaren’s collection. However, you can check it out in person if you attend Monaco this weekend Grand prizewhere it will be displayed.

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