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“There is a rhythm… something like a perfect melody. Not always… but in any case I am always looking for that melody. And when I have found it I drive in a different dimension. I sense and I feel much more than I calculate. These rare moments are marvellous.”

Donate Education – Speed up with the Ayrton Senna Institute

Sportsmen raise the quality of public education flag on the last weekend in Valopark (RS) The second stage of Stock Car, held last weekend in...

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

Imola is different these days. Where once the cars were absolutely flat out for close to a mile, from the pit straight all the...

Racing With Ayrton Senna: 1991 Japanese Grand Prix

Ayrton Senna Press Conf. Hungaroring 1991
“If I finish 2nd place tomorrow, the championship will be over. If Mansell does not win, then it is almost certain that the championship...

Story: Ayrton Senna’s finest hour

Nineteen eighty-four saw the changing of the guard in Formula 1. Turbocharged cars had come to dominate the sport by the end of 1983,...

Simtek Ford S941

Simtek Ford S941
Simtek Grand Prix started out in life as a British engineering consultancy firm. In 1989 Simtek Research was founded by future FIA-president Max Mosley...

Ron Dennis on Ayrton Senna

As McLaren team principal, Ron Dennis worked with Ayrton Senna for six of the most fruitful seasons in the Brazilian's illustrious F1 racing career....

Ayrton Senna: Japanese hero

Ayrton Senna in 1990
Honda is revered as the upstart Japanese manufacturer that took only two short years from dipping a toe into car building in 1962 to winning a Grand Prix...

Ayrton Senna Legacy lives on

Hungaroring 1988
It is Friday afternoon and children around the age of 12 are gathered in the computer lab of a public school in Itatiba, a...

Story of a Ratzenberger Porsche

Ratzenberger helmet
Look at this Porsche. Not very special, right? Just a random 964 Carrera 4. And it would be, if it wasn’t for its previous...