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Ayrton Senna-pride of Brazil

The anniversary of Senna's death on Wednesday - dubbed "Senna Day" - will revive the sense of loss and bewilderment that followed the shocking...

Unseen moments of Imola 1988

A Prague art studio uses incredible technology and obsessive attention to detail to illustrate Senna's legendary pass at Imola in 1988. Jan Rambousek finally found...

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...

Long weekend: San Marino Grand Prix 1994

Turn the key to suite 200 at Hotel Castello, Ayrton Senna’s bolthole amid the pastoral peace of Emilia-Romagna, and one finds the décor has...

Grand Prix Story: 1987 Monaco Grand Prix

The charming Monte Carlo street circuit has always been a challenge for Formula 1 drivers. Up to then, in 37 years (as an F1...

Senna’s anniversary a one day away

Like any other sport, Formula 1 has heroes, living or departed legends, terrible tragedies, moments of glory, and moments of genius. All these attributes...

The glorious majesty of Imola

Indubitably, in the 1980s and 1990s, Ayrton was primus inter pares – first among equals – and his track record proves it. Granted, Michael Schumacher’s...

1993 – Prost the Champion, Senna the Hero

Alain Prost returned from a year’s sabbatical to join the team that had routed the 1992 World Championship. With champion Nigel Mansell defecting to...