A McLaren Senna LM owned by ex-F1 driver Adrian Sutil has crashed in Monaco.
Photos of a wrecked Senna LM surfaced online a short while ago. The cars appears to have suffered heavy front end damage. In one of the images you can see a red car with its airbags deployed, which suggests that the Senna might have crashed into another car before hitting the utility pole.
Having said that, it is unclear whether Adrian Sutil was driving the car at the time of the accident. We hope no one was hurt.
The Senna LM is a limited edition supercar based on the Senna GTR. It is powered by a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine that has been tuned to produce 814 hp. It is characterized by the orange paint job with LM graphics and 5-spoke centre-lock wheels. Only 20 Senna LMs were built.