Owned by former F1 driver Adrian Sutil, the extremely rare McLaren supposedly lost control in the streets of Monte Carlo.
One of just 20 Senna LM’s ever made, images of this incredible papaya orange example owned by former F1 driver Adrian Sutil has emerged online in a bad state.
The 588kW an 800NM have certainly proved a handful to handle, even for a former Formula One driver, who was coincidentally best known for an infamous Formula One crash in Monaco. Sutil’s career lasted until 2014 after a 7 year run with Force India and Sauber.
Sutil has been spotted in the past driving many hypercars, such as a Koenigsegg One:1, Pagani Huayra and multiple Bugatti and Ferrari models, so we’re unsure if how the accident occured, and whether or not Sutil was behind the wheel.
According to reports, no one was injured in the incident, however the same cannot be said for the McLaren – and the driver’s self-esteem.