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Back in 1995, McLaren took home a dominant victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, with its cars coming home first, second, fourth, fifth, and 13th. And, on the eve of the 2020 event, the company debuted five customer-commissioned Sennas decked out in the liveries the winning F1 GTRs wore at the time.
McLaren notes that each one of these machines took over 800 hours to paint because they were done entirely by hand — and with extreme accuracy. Every logo is recreated to era-specific perfection. There’s even a recreation of a scrutineering sticker on the roof of each car. It’s an aesthetic feat that perfectly compliments the technological feats of the original machines.