The Ford GT might not be in the same league in terms of power outputs, handling, or engineering technology, but it does like being compared to the Senna on the internet. The Ford GT is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 that produces 660 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The GT is by far the more comfortable and practical car and looks pretty good too, but on the track, it will only see the back-end of the Senna.See Ford GT Review
2020 McLaren Senna vs Bugatti Chiron
The Bugatti Chiron range of cars is the pinnacle in Bugatti design and engineering and places a major focus on top speed, instead of on track ability. Powered by a massive 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine, the Chiron produces a serious 1,479 hp, which it sends to all four wheels via a seven-speed DSG transmission. On the road, the Chiron is much more comfortable and has a more luxury-orientated interior. Around the corners, the Chiron will be left in the dust but put it up against the Senna on a long stretch of open road, and the Chiron’s party trick becomes very obvious. Pick your poison.See Bugatti Chiron Review
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1970 started with a second place each for Hulme and Bruce in the first two Grands Prix, but in June Bruce was killed in a crash at Goodwood while testing the new M8D Can-Am car. After his death, Teddy Mayer took over effective control of the team; Hulme continued with Dan Gurney and Peter Gethin partnering him. Gurney won the first two Can-Am events at Mosport and St. Jovite and placed ninth in the third, but left the team mid-season, and Gethin took over from there. 1971 began promisingly when Hulme led the opening round in South Africa before retiring with broken suspension, but ultimately Hulme, Gethin (who left for BRM mid-season) and Jackie Oliver again failed to score a win. The 1972 season saw improvements though: Hulme won the team's first Grand Prix for two-and-a-half years in South Africa and he and Peter Revson scored ten other podiums, the team finishing third in the constructors' championship. McLaren gave Jody Scheckter his Formula One debut at the final race at Watkins Glen.