The Iconic Senna Logo Has Found A New Home On The McLaren Cars – WTF1
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The Iconic Senna Logo Has Found A New Home On The McLaren Cars

The legendary Ayrton Senna badge, which Williams previously displayed on their cars, will now make a permanent return and be featured on the McLaren F1 machines from this weekend. 

This new addition to the McLaren cars is just in time for the Brazilian’s favourite race; the Monaco Grand Prix. 

The three-time F1 world champion rose to greatness during his time with the team and became the best driver in Monaco Grand Prix history, winning on six occasions from 1987 to 1993.

The badge was previously found on the Williams F1 car, where it was placed as a tribute after Senna’s death in 1994 at the Imola Grand Prix.

However, under new Williams CEO Jost Capito, the team have decided to honour Senna in a new way by refurbishing their museum to include a special Senna tribute.

We can’t wait to see the special Senna badge back in action from this weekend 👏

One thought on “The Iconic Senna Logo Has Found A New Home On The McLaren Cars

  • Very surprising. Well done to Mclaren for being what Jost Capito isn’t. Knowledgeable and revering of Formula One history.

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