Aerodynamic modifications, including a redesigned front splitter and Gurney flap, are said to increase downforce from a peak of 600kg in race mode to roughly 800kg.
Inside, the P1’s Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel features stitching that has been matched to that of the MP4/4, while the standard P1 seats have been swapped for the lightweight racing seats found in McLaren’s Senna hypercar.
The car has been christened ‘Beco’ in reference to a nickname given to Ayrton Senna by his family and friends. The new owner will receive a racing helmet painted to match the bespoke model’s livery.
With MSO offering a wide range of unique enhancements and modifications to owners of new and existing McLaren models, the Senna-inspired GTR may not be the last P1-based special edition to leave Woking, although McLaren says it has no further plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Senna’s first win.