The MP4-5B race car is on display at the McLaren Technology Centre. It was driven to the 1990 Formula One drivers title by Brazil's Ayrton Senna. It was the eighth drivers title won by the McLaren racing team.
Senna's six wins and eleven podium (top-3) finishes earned him his second Formula One title. Senna clinched the championship after he intentionally collided with former teammate Alain Prost in the first turn of the Japanese Grand Prix.
The car was sponsored by Marlboro, but McLaren has removed the Marlboro brand from all of the cars in this museum.