McLaren Special Operations has just unveiled its latest creation, a bespoke commission meant to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ayrton Senna's first Formula 1 World Championship.   

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Of course, the livery isn't a perfect recreation of the one found on Senna's MP4/4 -- it's no longer cool to tout tobacco in motorsport, and the MP4/4 had Marlboro's name all over it.

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While the red and white paint is spot on, the Marlboro name has been nixed in favor of the bar code Marlboro started running when tobacco advertising was restricted.     

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There's a Senna Brand trademark in the livery, in addition to Brazilian flags and Senna's race number.     

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Senna's signature and quotes are displayed on the car's door sill.     

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The seats have been swapped out in favor of the seats from the McLaren Senna.    

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New aerodynamics increase the total downforce to 800 kilograms (nearly 1,800 pounds).    

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The steering wheel has been color matched to the MP4/4, too.   

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