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Memories: Portuguese Grand Prix 1988

Ayrton Senna’s McLaren was not set up appropriately for the Estoril circuit. He got out of the car after Friday’s qualifying session with a...

F1 History: Showdown in Hockenheim 1989

While the twisty bit inside the huge stadium is not as exciting as Mallory Park or the Club Circuit at Brands Hatch, the long...

International Day of Joy

Ayrton Senna brought a lot of joy to Brazilian fans throughout his Formula One career. To celebrate the International Day of Joy on this July...

F1 History: Six pole-positions in a single season

Ayrton Senna had a very special season in 1988. Besides winning his first F1 world title, he broke several records. On June 18 of that...

Grand Prix Story: French GP – Paul Ricard 1988

It had to happen. For the first six Grand Prix races of 1988 Alain Prost has appeared to be content to let his Brazilian...

Roland Ratzenberger Anniversary

October 26 1986 is remembered as the day that Nigel Mansell's spectacular tyre failure in Adelaide handed the world championship to Alain Prost. It...

Adam Cooper on Roland Ratzenberger

During a break between sessions at the 1989 Le Mans 24 Hours, I bumped into event rookie Roland Ratzenberger in the back of the...

It had to happen: Italian Grand Prix,Monza 1988

Monza, September 11 If you believe in the law of averages, the day had to come when McLaren and Honda would not win a 1988...

Rubens Barrichello talks about Senna’s funeral

Rubens Barrichello has revealed on a Brazilian TV show that he has no recollection of Ayrton Senna’s funeral in 1994 – even though he...