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2018-09-26: McLaren Senna races motocross bikes

London businessman David Kyte has taken delivery of his McLaren Senna, chassis number ‘001', at a ceremony at McLaren's technology centre in Woking. Upon receiving his car, he, along with a convoy of other McLarens, set out on the 900-mile drive to the Paul Ricard circuit in southern France to take part in a track driving experience organised by McLaren. Mr Kyte's car was customised by McLaren Special Operations with a bespoke colour scheme and references to the car's namesake, Ayrton Senna, throughout, including Senna's signature on the door jambs and a map of Brazil's Interlagos race circuit on the car's front. Kyte is accompanied on his trip by, among others, Ayrton's nephew, racing driver Bruno Senna.



27 Jul 2018



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