The McLaren F1 was already on its way to becoming a legend when a specially-prepared F1 GTR LM won the overall victory in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans. 25 years later, five customers have commissioned McLaren's MSO for a run of Senna GTR LMs with liveries that replicate or were inspired by the original F1s that ran at Le Mans. Every livery detail on the five cars is painted by hand, with the LM specification bringing new features that make it the top car in the McLaren lineup. The twin-turbo V8 adds 20 horsepower for a total of 845, thanks in part to a redline moved to almost 9,000 RPM. A new Inconel exhaust system exits below the rear wing, while OZ Racing created new five-spoke wheels for the Senna GTR LM. Inside is a racing wheel with gold control knobs, buttons, and paddle shifters, along with carbon fiber racing seats and six-point harnesses.