2 May 2018
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The McLaren Senna, Woking's new Ultimate Series model, packs a 789bhp punch and weighs considerably less than the mighty P1 and 720S.

Matt Prior talks you around the limited edition hypercar, as he drives a prototype around the international circuit at Silverstone, in our latest video.

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2 May 2018

  Almost effortless judging by the relaxed way you were handling it almost to easy to drive maybe.

Peter Cavellini.

2 May 2018

Noooo....why cant you just be happy????

if it was too hard to drive you would be moaning and now that it is effortless you are still moaning...

ArneCo

2 May 2018

Or an owner driver might end up the same way as - Senna himself. So, keep challenges to drivers from the way it drives, to a minimum.

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