Michael Schumacher reveals rivalry with Ayrton

Michael Schumacher has spoken out about his relationship and rivalry with the late Ayrton Senna stating that the Brazilian belonged to a different generation of racing driver to him. Even though there was close battles...

The last 96 hours of Ayrton Senna

At Imola on 1st May 1994 the lights burned long into the night as journalists who had witnessed the death of Ayrton Senna filed the stories they thought they would never have to write....

23 Things you must know about Ayrton Senna

His legacy lives on, and his legend has only grown stronger with each passing year. We scoured the history books to pull together some of what made his star shine so bright, both in...
Ayrton Senna in Training

Racing: Drivers fitness program

A race driver's fitness routine was once rather simple: running, cigarettes and alcohol (the running being optional). Call it the James Hunt exercise program, if you will, but it had been commonplace long before...

Drivers vote: Ayrton Senna the greatest ever

In 2009 Ayrton Senna has been voted the greatest Formula 1 driver of all time by a unique poll of 217 of his fellow world championship drivers conducted by AUTOSPORT magazine. Senna beat Michael Schumacher...
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How Senna scared James Hunt

Former manager Julian Jakobi spoke about the late great Ayrton Senna. He recounted a story where Senna went to Lausanne to meet with Marlboro executives. Of course, he would have also met former McLaren...
Ayrton Senna at Interlagos in 1994

Senna: Imola 94 Mindset

While the physical cause of the crash is important, I believe it is also important to examine Senna's mindset in the final 24 hours of his life. The mindset of a driver is crucial...
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From above: Ayrton Senna Ranch in Tatui,Brazil

Fazenda Dois Lagos is the farm that Ayrton Senna owned in Tatui, Sao Paulo, Brasil. Back in 1991 he designed and built his own karting track at the farm for his personal recreative use.

Professor Sid Watkins looks back on one of motor racing’s blackest weekends.

Imola is different these days. Where once the cars were absolutely flat out for close to a mile, from the pit straight all the way to the hairpin at Tosa, now they must negotiate...

Interview with CEO of Senna brand-Bianca Senna

From the moment I met Bianca, I was starstruck, and we naturally started speaking in our native language, Portuguese. She is extremely polite and...
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