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Senna: Lost Hero of Formula 1

No doubt the Pope, like the Queen, receives many strange presents. But few can have been odder than the one that came his way...

The Greatest of All Time

I buy into the school of thought that there are several GOATs over the history of our sport which has changed immensely in terms...

What People Say About Him?

He participated on 161 F1 GPs, took 65 pole positions and 41 victories but then tragically died following a crash at Imola on May...

Adelaide 85: Senna’s pole lap

Ayrton Senna may have only been in his second season of Formula 1 in 1985 but he had already established a reputation as a...

Senna equals Jim Clark’s pole record

On May 28th, 1989, around two hours before the start of the Mexican Grand Prix, Emerson Fittipaldi won the Indy 500. Brazil had the...

Reflecting on Senna

When Ayrton Senna died on May 1st, 1994, I was 1 year, 5 months and 19 days old. It’s fair to say I had...

1989 Season Review

A new 3.5-litre normally aspirated engine formula was introduced in 1989, ending the turbocharger era in Formula 1. McLaren-Honda remained the team to beat...

Ayrton Senna and Active Suspension

Their decreased drag while flying through the air results in them being able to swim faster and further with less energy expenditure. Porpoising is...

The Ayrton Senna Trophy with Mansell and Brundle

The Ayrton Senna Go-Kart Trophy has a new location for its first edition: it will be held at the Beto Carrero World Kart, in...