Robbie Dickson's new McLaren Senna may just be one of the wildest examples of the new English supercar yet.

Robbie Dickson (@robbie_dickson) grew up in England in a household full of engineers and has a family tree full of engineers. Naturally, he became an engineer himself. This profession would lead him from University to a job at Rolls-Royce. From there, he went on to work at BMW, Ford and Isuzu. As you can see, his entire life has revolved around the automobile.

But his automotive lifestyle had really only begun at that point. Dickson eventually started his own company that was based around his own inventions. This led to further success in his like, which allowed him to truly live out his dream of owning all of the cars he desired and even an F1 size racetrack (Area-27), designed by the Canadian F1 Champion Jacques Vielleneuve.

Over the years, he has owned many cars from many different makes. Lamborghini, McLaren, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Lotus; you name it, he's had it. His most recent acquisition, however, is one of his most unique cars yet.

Dickson's new McLaren Senna is one for the ages. It revolves around commemorating the legendary Brazilian race car driver Ayrton Senna, who is the car's namesake. All around the supercar is a custom livery that has all of Senna's Formula One Grand Prix wins. Yes, all forty-one of the wins that happened across seventeen different circuits. Another homage to Senna is the brake calipers and wheel hardware that mirror the colors of the Brazilian flag.

Dickson also opted for a couple of other notable options that should be mentioned. First is the gold-plated engine bay shield, which was one of the shining features of the McLaren F1 supercar and a whopping $30,000 option. Dickson also had his Senna fitted with the Track Telemetry Option, which was a must-have for him considering he owns a race track.

Be sure to check out the gallery below of the car's unveiling, courtesy of Dickson himself, and learn more about him by visiting

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