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More than seven months have passed since McLaren officially introduced us to the Senna last December, but customer deliveries to their ecstatic owners only just started.
As far as bragging rights go, David Kyte, a British businessman and car collector, can happily claim fame to being the very first to get the track-focused hypercar in his hands.

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More than seven months have passed since McLaren officially introduced us to the Senna last December, but customer deliveries to their ecstatic owners only just started. As far as bragging rights go, David Kyte, a British businessman and car collector, can happily claim fame to being the very first to get the...