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The End of an Era: Australian Grand Prix 1988

On the face of it, it was all just another crushing McLaren-Honda demonstration run, as Ron Dennis' machines sped to their tenth 1-2 of...

Monaco Grand Prix 1989

The bald facts say that Ayrton Senna pulverised his opposition to win his 16th Grand Prix in Monaco. That he won going away in...

Hungarian Grand Prix 1988

If Alain Prost's brilliant manoeuvre had worked at the start of the Hungarian Grand Prix's 49th lap, the Frenchman still would have been the...

Monaco Grand Prix 1988

Ayrton Senna has given Formula One so many stories and memorable events that it’s hard to select just one that best represents the brilliant...

The greatest one-lap driver ever

Winning in circuit racing becomes that bit easier if you start from the front, and claiming a pole position is something that requires intense...

Belgian Grand Prix 1988

The incredible fight for the title, between Senna and Prost, was summed up by the draw in the standings: both drivers had 66 points....

Suzuka 1989: A Sensation in Japan

Would Benetton unwittingly have played a role in influencing the outcome of the World Championship? That was one of the intriguing questions spewed out...

Nigel Roebuck on Ayrton Senna

motorsportmagazine.com | July 2011 For a few days after seeing Senna movie, I couldn't get the man out of my mind, and perhaps not surprisingly...

F1 History: Showdown in Hockenheim 1989

While the twisty bit inside the huge stadium is not as exciting as Mallory Park or the Club Circuit at Brands Hatch, the long...