Current McLaren drivers in the 2021 F1 season, Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris, will have the opportunity to drive the cars of the three British team that Ayrton Senna won their third championship in 1988, 1990 and 1991. The demonstration will take place at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, July 8-11 in the Kingdom United.
Lando Norris and Daniel Ricardo, the McLaren F1 duo in 2021 – Photo: Joe Portlock / Getty Images
For more than 25 years, the festival annually brings together drivers and important names in motorsport, as well as classic cars in the history of motorsport.
Ricardo and Norris will drive the MP4 / 4 for the 1988 season, the MP4 / 5 for the second Sina Championship in 1990, and the MP4 / 6, the last Brazilian car, in 1991. With the single seats, the British team also won three builders titles.
Cena sprints a McLaren MP4 / 4 at Monte Carlo in 1988 – Photo: Getty Images
The final edition of the event, held exceptionally well in October 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, saw twice champion Emerson Fittipaldi reunite with the Lotus 72 in his first Formula 1 victory in the 1970 US Grand Prix.
On this occasion, the Festival of Speed also relied on Brazilian Pedro PIquet driving the Brabham-BMW BT52 from his father’s second title, three-time champ Nelson Piqué.
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