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Ayrton Senna in 1982

Ayrton Senna: Norfolk memories

Imagine if Diego Maradona, when arriving in Europe in the 1980s, signed not for Barcelona but for Norwich City, turning them into championship contenders...

Keith Sutton recalls a friendship with Ayrton Senna

Keith Sutton remembers the beginning of his career simply. "I was a young lad from Cheadle with a passion for motor sport and photography,"...
Ayrton Senna in Japan in 1993

F1 Gunfight: Ayrton Senna vs Eddie Irvine

Most drivers, after winning a race, are usually in the mood to celebrate, or at the very least to bask in the glory of...

22 years on: Remembering Ayrton Senna

Turn the key to suite 200 at Hotel Castello, Ayrton Senna’s bolthole amid the pastoral peace of Emilia-Romagna, and one finds the décor has...
Ayrton Senna in Silverstone in 1988

Remember Senna’s most significant victories in the UK

Ayrton Senna has strong ties with England, where the next race of the 2015 F1 season is taking place. Besides competing in the entry divisions...
Ayrton Senna Karting 1970

The Man Senna Could Never Beat

It was August 1980, in Jesolo, Italy. Ayrton Senna, aged 20, lay in a deck chair by the hotel pool—steely-eyed, angry. He had been...

Review: Hockenheimring 1992

Mansell equals Senna's eight-in-a-season victory record Ayrton Senna didn't win in Germany. Not on the track, anyway. But as far as underlining his brilliance when he...

Emerson Fittipaldi on Ayrton Senna

It feels like it was only yesterday that I heard the news, at Michigan International Speedway, where I had just begun a flat-out full-tanks...

Racing: Senna’s first bitter rivalry

Long before he locked horns with the likes of Alain Prost in Formula 1, Ayrton Senna endured his first fierce rivalry in Formula Ford....
Senna in mclaren cocpit

FIA Institute: Senna’s powers of concentration

The exceptional powers of concentration which helped Ayrton Senna capture three Formula One world championships were brought sharply into focus today for the young...