McLaren Senna (P15) 1/4 mile

McLaren Senna (P15) will finish 1/4 mile in 9.9 seconds.

Vehicle McLaren Senna (P15)
Power / weight 800 ps / 1374 kg
Time 9.90 s
Submitted 15.02.2018 by fakekillerfour
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Cobba   11m ago

This thing will go way faster than 9.9.. I mean the 720s gets that with less power and more weight, If mclaren lies about its power like the 720s also it probably has close to 850hp

 

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saxy  11m ago

Yes but the Senna also has significant more drag


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BR2+  11m ago @saxy

Yeah but its got 100bhp more and is a claimed 500lbs lighter, In the 1/4 that makes a huge difference, However, the car is going much faster then 110mph, Which big downforce cars seem to be noticeably effected at that speed, Or the bigger feeling of downforc3 affecting the car, Depending on how they make it, But I can guarantee this will eclipse the fastest times set by the 720S.


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saxy  10m ago @BR2+

Yeah, it’ll definitely beat the 720s in absolute times. But I don’t see it going much quicker, since the 0-100mph Times will be similar due to traction, and in fact it may have too much power to consistently lay it down off the line. In a rolling race, it’ll be monstrous


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BR2+  10m ago @saxy

Dunno how much quicker, But i dont see it losing before 170mph. Plus McLarens are so plain to launch, You dont have to work for anything, Just step on the gas n go, So i dont think they will have any problems in that department, Not too mention bigger grippier tyres, More aggressive suspension mixed with there latest technologys, I dont see higher times going much faster, But the mid range times should be a good second or two faster.


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saxy  10m ago @BR2+

But technically, harder suspension = less mechanical grip in the rear. We will see hopefully. But again, by the time this comes out, there will be faster things like the Project 1