Marlboro Honda-McLaren Exhaust Sculpture, Made With Original Parts Designed for Ayrton Senna’s F1 Car.


“The Final Lap” – Geoffrey Escudero 

Escudero’s tribute to Senna uses an exhaust designed for the McLaren MP4/6, the car that the Brazilian drove to title victory in 1991. No one can say for sure that this actual exhaust was fitted to a car Senna definitely drove, but its 1991 McLaren provenance is unquestioned.

It is presented it in a way that would convey Senna’s strength of character. In this, Escudero was inspired by the arrangement of the system’s 12 pipes, which, he thought, resembled the muscles and structure of a human chest. With this in mind, he decided to present the exhaust vertically. Attached to a stainless-steel pole fixed to a heavy steel plinth clad in carbon fibre, the sculpture is 230cm tall, bringing the system to eye level for maximum impact. Poignantly, he called the sculpture The Final Lap.

F1 Exhaust Sculpture 24ct Gold Plated

The F1 exhaust sculpture has been tailored made for one of our client. Created with an Arrow A21 exhaust system race used in the 2000 Formula One Championship, this sculpture sit on a 650x650x1100mm Matt black pedestral. The 24ct gold plated exhaust manifolds, velocity trumpets and pistons discs are mounted to a carbon fiber hexagonal container representing the shape of an engine block. The overall height of this ornament is 2.4 meters. It has a premium led lighting system, lead acid battery powered with charger inlet and light switch.