The McLaren Senna GTR
Celebrating 20 years since their famous victory at Le Mans in 1995, McLaren announced that they would resurrect the GTR name by launching a track-only version of the P1, the P1 GTR.
2018 marked the next deployment of the GTR monicker, this time a track only variant of the McLaren Senna, announced at the Geneva motorshow.
Production was limited to just 75 units, and with the availability of a road conversion in many markets, the car sold out before its debut. The combination of P1 GTR levels of downforce, without the added weight of a hybrid powertrain, makes for unrivaled track performance in the Senna GTR. It is highly likely that this will remain the fastest McLaren money can buy for quite some time.
Chassis 019 is painted in McLaren Orange and is currently wearing a Blue, Black and Yellow Parabolica vinyl livery.
The interior is equipped with both driver and passenger FIA racing seats and 6 point harnesses.
Having completed the Pure McLaren Bahrain event in 2019, chassis 019 is currently in the care of McLaren and is ready to race in their 2021 events programme which is expected to commence in quarter 2 2021.
Alternatively, the car can be road converted at additional cost.
£925,000 (UK TAXES PAID)
McLaren says that “95 percent of the performance is achievable by 95 percent of drivers,” and they are right – it’s the complete package. The McLaren Senna GTR feels faster than a 720S GT3, and if you are amongst the few who have secured one of these, it’ll make you feel as fast as a GT driver. Prepare yourself for the ultimate racetrack driving experience, and if you want to go faster you’ll need to call the F1 department.Daniel Ryan, Motor1