The Senna art show car is the result of Italian fashion designer Matteo Macchiavelli, who fondly followed the Brazilian’s F1 career when he was younger.
This magnificent work of art pays homage to the life and career of Senna, who tragically lost his life at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Years later, Senna’s legacy still lives on throughout the Formula 1 community.
This extraordinary spectacle is now available for an F1 race car collector to house within their collection.
The remarkable thing about this show car, however, is its liveries. One side of the car is made up of three different iconic liveries from Ayrton Senna’s F1 career – the black-and-gold of Lotus, the Marlboro McLaren and Rothmans Williams.
The other side of the car, meanwhile, has been given over to a design by French street artist Jisbar, who has taken inspiration from the life and career of the three-time World Champion. Featuring ‘graffiti’ style art and vibrant splashes of colour, this exceptional design is like nothing else.