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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.”

The Last Ride: San Marino Grand Prix 1994

In the end, in the sudden, final instant of his life, Ayrton Senna could not have known what hit him. He could not have seen what, in the next moment, would kill him. This...

Ayrton Senna Interview , June 1991

This interview was conducted in the Human Performance International (HPI) Laboratory on Isle Notre Dame (Montreal, Canada) following the 1991 Canadian Grand Prix of Formula One. My late colleague, Dr. Dan Marisi and I had...

David Letterman on Ayrton Senna

Before David Letterman became a comedian and late-night talk show host, the Indianapolis native was a big fan of the drivers who competed in the Indy 500. But Letterman’s favorite driver was not one that...

German Grand Prix 1988

Alain Prost was leading the championship, six points ahead of his teammate (54 to 48). Therefore, Senna needed a victory to start the next Grand Prix on equal footing. In the session that defined...
Ayrton Senna in Imola in 1989

McLaren History: 1963-2013

McLaren, the small yet mighty UK boutique auto house that has given the planet some of its most brilliant Formula 1 and production cars, turned fifty this year. Here's Gizmag's look at the company's...

A Pioneering Doctor’s Crusade to Make Racing Safer

Formula One was recently reminded of one of its most tragic images: the wreck of a blue and white racing car at the edge of the track in Imola, Italy, on May 1, 1994,...

Tribute bike to Formula 1 legend

In various motorsport polls Ayrton Senna is still today voted as the greatest of all times Formula One driver . He streaked through the Formula 1 sport like a comet, becoming a superstar whose brilliance...
Ayrton Senna at Japanese Grand Prix

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 a season in which the team has re-written the parameters...
Ayrton Senna in Suzuka 1988

Greatest rivals: Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna

Among the legendary rivalries in auto racing, they don't get much bigger or more venomous than what Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost generated in the Eighties and early Nineties. Four races into Ayrton Senna's F1...

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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