Enthusiasts ex-Formula 1 driver crashes with Hypercar

11:26  29 july  2020
11:26  29 july  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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A rare unicorn hypercar , a McLaren Senna LM has been badly damaged in a crash in Monaco at the weekend. Believed to belong to former Formula 1 racing driver Adrian Sutil, the Senna LM was one of the two vehicles involved in the crash . 4 photos.

The big news buzzing around the web is that ex - Formula 1 racing driver Adrian Sutil crashed his McLaren Senna LM in Monaco over the weekend. In case you're unfamiliar, that's an even faster, even rarer Senna than the "standard" hypercar . The Woking manufacturer built a small batch of them

Adrian Sutil crashte in Monaco offenbar mit einem Hypercar © Getty Images Adrian Sutil apparently crashed in Monaco with a Hypercar

This accident was expensive!

Former Formula 1 driver Adrian Sutil apparently crashed in Monaco with a brand new McLaren Senna LM. The car drove into a lamppost.

This is shown by images from the principality. The pictures also show Sutil sitting on the side of the road next to the car.

The car with 800 PS is not even officially available and was only built 20 times. The price of the car is apparently one million euros. From 2007 to 2014,

Sutil drove in Formula 1 for the Spyker, Force India and Sauber teams.

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