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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.”

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Powerful Memories of Ayrton Senna

1994 San Marino Grand Prix, it’s a reminder that Senna’s former press officer Betise Assumpcao Head doesn’t need to see, for the impact, which claimed her 34-year-old client’s life, still haunts her two decades...

Memories: Brands Hatch 15th March 1981

Townsend Thoresen championship, Brands Hatch 15th March 1981 Ayrton Senna came to Europe in 1981, at the age of twenty-two, to begin his open wheel racing career competing in British Formula Ford 1600. By the end...

Monaco Story 1988

Senna's win in the rain at Donington in 1993 with the McLaren-Ford, when at one point he had lapped the entire field, including Alain Prost in the (then-faster) Williams-Renault, was probably the finest race...

What was it like to be at Imola in 94?

The practice session had Rubens Barrichello crash out and then Roland Ratzenberger on the second day succumbed to injuries. The race started with Pedro Lamy crashing into J.J. Lehto. Wasn't one death and two...

SENNA: Still tears after 10 years

10th anniversary of the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix The statue is touching in its simplicity. The bronze figure of Ayrton Senna is sitting, as if on the pit wall, head down in contemplation. Around...
Ayrton Senna in hard training

The Ghost of Ayrton Senna

Twenty years ago at Imola Ayrton Senna died competing in the sport he loved. Here we take a look at his world through his own words. On increasing technology: "The machines have taken away the...

Peter Warr remembered

Peter Warr was best known for his management of the Lotus, Wolf and Fittipaldi Formula 1 teams in the Seventies and Eighties. A leading figure in the sport, he nurtured the careers of several...

Grand Prix Story: Portuguese Grand Prix 1985

It would probably be a very slight exaggeration to suggest that Ayrton Senna has brought a fresh standard of driving excellence to Formula One simply on the strength of his splendid flag-to-flag victory in...
Ayrton Senna in Portugal in 1985

Formula 1 Review: Estoril 1985

For many of us, Grand Prix racing entered a fallow period after the death in May 1982, of Gilles Villeneuve, and none felt that more keenly than Denis Jenkinson. Even though, with his love...

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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