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....

SENNA and the formation of Audi Brazil

Ayrton Senna may be best known for his Formula 1 exploits, though some may not know of his association to Audi through business and also as a daily driver. Looking back on that side...
Ayrton Senna-Hungary 1992

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...

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 Nacional Cap

The Cap symbolizes the successful partnership of Ayrton Senna and the Banco Nacional. The brazilian Banco Nacional was one of the main sponsors of Ayrton Senna during his Formula 1 career. The Cap received a...
Nürburgring 1984

SENNA – Race of Champions

Ayrton Senna, the Nürburgring story. Mercedes-Benz employees had a brilliant and daring idea in late 1983: to organise a race with the newly introduced Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16 as a feature of the opening of...

My First Car: Carol Alt’s Mercedes memories

Supermodel, actress and entrepreneur Carol Alt knows a thing about cars and driving. At nineteen a boyfriend gave her a red Ferrari 308 GTS; her father said the car looked fast just standing still. A friend...
Ayrton Senna in Monaco 1989

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 a crisp style which exorcised the ghost of 1988, when...
Ayrton Senna in Donington 93

Lap of the gods: Donington 93

If you were given a pound for every time you thought to yourself, or someone said to you, "There's no overtaking in Formula One any more", you'd be a rich man by now, wouldn't...

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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