Although looks are not its strong point, this vibrand shade does make the Senna look striking.
The Senna laps Silverstone roughly 7 seconds slower than the much less powerful 650S GT3.
It’s a push-to-drink system, similar to F1 cars, but for the price you can get a decent used hatchback.
With 789 HP, the Senna might have been even faster but for that massive, drag-inducing rear wing.
This McLaren Senna delivers 724 hp and 627 lb-ft to the ground through its rear wheels.
The McLaren Senna isn’t afraid of any opposition, even if it’s in the sky.
The Senna sure this wins this one out, but the real question is how the 600LT performs against it.
Manny Khoshbin paid a 7-digit price for his special-liveried Senna and took delivery last week.
The 600LT also proved to be only a few tenths of a second slower than the vaunted 675LT.
Let’s remind ourselves one of Ayrton Senna’s spine-tingling moments.
The Senna has turned out to be 2 seconds quicker on the French track than the 720S.
The Senna ‘only’ has 99 hp more than a GT2 RS, but in the real world it is much quicker.