Not all of us will be fortunate drive a $1.2 million McLaren. But I’ll tell you this. If I was able to drive one I’d be more careful than former Formula one driver Adrian Sutil who destroyed his $1.2 million dollar orange McLaren Senna LM just outside of Monaco.
A rare and expensive McLaren Senna LM has had an oops in Monaco ??
Apparently owned by Adrian Sutil ???? pic.twitter.com/Z8KWUbV6c0
— Zero2Turbo.com (@Zero2Turbo) July 26, 2020
The car itself is very rare with only 24 of them made in the world. You’d think a Formula 1 racer would be able to handle this car around the streets of Monaco but I guess that wasn’t the case.
Only 24 examples of the @McLarenAuto Senna LM were made, at £1.2m each. One of them has seen better days after being crashed. You'd have thought that its owner, ex-F1 driver Adrian Sutil, would be used to driving the roads of Monaco but this looks very expensive! #McLaren pic.twitter.com/m9TzUGoxJU
— Motoring Nomad (@MotoringNomad) July 27, 2020
Sutil, 37, raced for seven years in F1 with Spyker, Force India and Sauber. In an ironic twist, one of his best-ever finishes came around Monaco with a fifth-placed finish in the 2013 Grand Prix.