Alternative magazine, dedicated to Brazilians of Japanese descent living in the country of the rising sun, dedicated to the May issue of the Ayrton Senna.

The eighteen pages that talk about the pilot, also show the achievements and victories of Brazil, devoted a good part of the honor to tell the importance of the Ayrton Senna Institute as one of his greatest legacies.

The issue opens with an exclusive interview with Viviane Senna which, among other questions, answers about the affection and admiration he had for the Japanese people and how even today the Japanese cultivate respect for his brother. “The Japanese are big fans of Ayrton.” The following pages are full of pictures and made the successful track record of triple world champion of Formula 1, on and off the slopes.

At the end, a conversation with Edgar Mello Filho, a former pilot, journalist and a big fan of Senna and motor racing. Among the information he shares with readers, Edgar talks about the “circus” of F1 and the triple champion because often bothered the officers: “Do not swallow anything and ‘came together’ in all that bothered him.”

source: Instituto Ayrton Senna