In 1968, McLaren celebrated its first Formula 1 Grand Prix victory at the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit, and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of that victory, McLaren Brussels has commissioned three unique 720S cars.

These vehicles are part of the McLaren 720S Spa 68 Collection, with each of them being finished in MSO Bespoke Anniversary Orange paint, which is meant to echo the Papaya Orange livery applied to the Grand Prix-winning McLaren M7A.

From the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) Defined range, there are carbon-fibre sill covers that are inscribed with the words “1st McLaren F1 victory Belgian Grand Prix 9th June 1968 – Bruce McLaren.” The car rides on MSO Bespoke five twin-spoke lightweight wheels in a satin black finish.

Other touches include a silver outline of the 14-km long track, as used in 1968, applied just in front of the rear wheel arch – the outline is also embroidered onto the headrest inside the car. All three cars come with a dedicated plaque with its unique number, orange contrast stitching, and key fob that is painted orange with silver “Spa 68” text.

The company says two of the three units have already found buyers, so you’ll want to hurry to secure the final car in the collection.