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SENNA 87
SENNA 87

He is not dead, he is just one lap ahead of us..No. 1 forever

Vor year
dvr1337
dvr1337

Belloff showed him whos the bosd

Vor Tag
Thurman
Thurman

I read the same comment on a nikki lauda video

Vor 3 Tage
Dominic Viner
Dominic Viner

You gonna make me cry stop that shit bro

Vor 26 Tage
stonewall71
stonewall71

Amen 🙏

Vor 27 Tage
PrefoX
PrefoX

he wasn't the fastest driver anymore, after mika und michael joined F1

Vor Monat
mkhidir93
mkhidir93

I remembered dad told me, "if it's raining, Senna's gonna win"

Vor year
kit lam
kit lam

@stu1002 Senna was the best.

Vor 2 Tage
D Delaney
D Delaney

Hi. Discussing Senna's unnatural ability to drive fast? Practice, practice, practice. That was his special ability. ANY CHANCE HE HAD TO PRACTICE, HE PRACTICED. He was extremely bad, in his mind, in his first wet race, and it killed him. So much so that he practiced until he got it right, and then practiced some more. Don't ever forget his ability to set up a car EXACTLY the way he wanted. There was no, good enough, with Senna, it was better than good enough, for him, it was perfect. His skill was unquestioned but his determination was also unequaled. Saddle all of these with Ayrton's unbelievable car control and you have a world champion. I'm going to pull one MOTHER of a race for Ayrton as proof. Not that masterclass of a race, Donington, but '92, Monaco. Ayrton, lying second, Mansell, galloping to his sixth win got a puncture. Senna got the call, PUSSSSHHHHHHHH, so he pushed like a little mofo. Mansell got his tyre changed and although mere seconds behind, Mansell mounted a hell of a charge. Caught Senna, and what followed was the will of one man vs another for a handful of laps. Pressure, pressure, pressure, Mansell was like a terrier, nipping, darting, looking. But Senna had a problem with his tyre's. They were absolutely done, so, if you actually want to get exactly how good Senna was, look up Monaco '92. Senna's tyres were actually so bad he had to accelerate gently, because he couldn't get traction if he floored the accelerator, it was already sliding.

Vor 9 Tage
Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson

@Gary Gluebag the technology has also saved lives.

Vor 15 Tage
Petter sæthre
Petter sæthre

@Stefan Hammel in any case he had a better car then schumacher

Vor 23 Tage
Stefan Hammel
Stefan Hammel

@Petter sæthre No not true.. True the mid-season when they had the setup right Damon Hill could compete. Season 92,93 with mansell and Prost was the best car in history with automatic Electric suspension. It was forbidden for 94 so Senna had a car without a proper setup. Knowing that he pussed his car on pole 3 times before his death

Vor 23 Tage
Ajay Kaler
Ajay Kaler

I love that Micheal Schumacher, a 7-time world champion himself even said aryton was #1. I remember in Italy when shumi was asked how it feels winning as much as senna. He started crying, true racing legend.

Vor 10 Monate
dvr1337
dvr1337

Belloff was still better

Vor Tag
stron2004
stron2004

@Crimson Corrupt From the latest Schumacher's documentary, he said it was absolutely haunting. Brought him right into the 1960s.

Vor 19 Tage
Petter sæthre
Petter sæthre

@Rafsccp ! lol..

Vor 22 Tage
Rafsccp !
Rafsccp !

@Petter sæthre another vague comment from you. Stop listening what people say and watch both footages from above angle in the 2 famous accident with Prost. If you have a bit of knowledge of racing would be easier for you ….ah not to mentioned when Schumacher took Senna out but the worst part was the way Senna went yo talk to Michael

Vor 22 Tage
Petter sæthre
Petter sæthre

@Rafsccp ! senna crashed into his opponents on purpose his entire career ..and you pull one incident out of the hat^^

Vor 22 Tage
Mike Stiehl
Mike Stiehl

If Clarkson doesn't bust a joke for 17 min, its serious. Fantastic tribute, and very respectful.

Vor 5 Monate
TORTH
TORTH

@The Patriot really is a great person, i miss the old top gear like nothing else, im reaatching some of the episodes now and even watching the one about the talking about schumi in the news was very emotional too, if only we could go back 😞

Vor 6 Tage
The Patriot
The Patriot

Watch the YT documentary about his ex-father in law, and what he did to win his Victoria Cross in WW2. I love Jezza. He's a lad. That enjoys taking the piss and having a laugh. Like you and me. But when things get serious. They are serious.

Vor 18 Tage
Mitchell Steegwijk
Mitchell Steegwijk

Really is cruel that both Senna and Schumacher both came to such a sad ending 😢

Vor 4 Monate
Loba Andrade
Loba Andrade

@TORTH how could I have forgotten him?

Vor 6 Tage
TORTH
TORTH

@Loba Andrade alonso too

Vor 6 Tage
Tomski McDougle
Tomski McDougle

Live by the sword, die by the sword.

Vor 9 Tage
RocketJuan
RocketJuan

Bru it wasn't the same ending at all

Vor 14 Tage
Robots Can Do Better
Robots Can Do Better

Car control and raw speed usually do come down to who is willing to be the most reckless and brave but wrecking out the guy on the first lap on purpose and then saying in a press conference that he did it because hes a professional racing driver? That just makes ALL OF US look like d o u c hes and thats what he, and Earnhart, and Schumacher were. Plain ol, dirty dou ch ebag drivers.

Vor 21 Tag
chipetell
chipetell

What a beautiful tribute. Jeremy doesn't really talk about Senna's death here. And it's perfect. He purely celebrates Ayrton's exceptional life and his exceptional accomplishments.

Vor year
Gilbert Walker
Gilbert Walker

I mean the first thing he mentions is his funeral...

Vor 26 Tage
Falcy
Falcy

When I saw Hamilton, I just straight up turn off the video. Thank you very much.

Vor Monat
Terminal Velocity
Terminal Velocity

Indeed, remembered best for his on track magic!

Vor Monat
Paranoia🌹
Paranoia🌹

@Alex Hendel 1, learn English, 2, shut up, 3, explain how

Vor 3 Monate
Sam H
Sam H

It started with his funeral...

Vor 3 Monate
Quen King
Quen King

Fact: Senna had an Austrian Flag in his bolide. He wanted to tribute Ratzenberger in his extra lap after he won the race

Vor 7 Monate
TORTH
TORTH

@Tomski McDougle No remorse 😂

Vor 6 Tage
Tomski McDougle
Tomski McDougle

@kain hall STFU. This ain't about you. It's about Senna.

Vor 9 Tage
kain hall
kain hall

@Colonel Kurtz and when people say the same thing about NASCAR and dale Earnhardt..... a LOT of F1 people laugh at us nascar fans................................ . just saying......

Vor 18 Tage
kain hall
kain hall

@Senior David M Anderson im sorry man..... but i dont think religion had any part of it . dude was just good.... and even you mention that he prepared, physically and mentally, more than any other driver that alone is what made him better . . like, ya, im obviously non religious (im native american) and religion is fine.... if it makes you a better person, then thats great.... im happy for you . but attributing things to religion.... that just makes me mad.....IDK (also saying that a person cant have proper morals and ethics with out religion..... that makes me even madder) . and ya, its only ~10% of religious people that say non-religious people simply CANT have good morals and ethics but 0% of non-religious people say that . i used to go to church..... but when they took offerings to buy a new photo-copy machine..... i had enough before that..... they could not answer my questions (when i was like 10 years old)..... about the dinosaurs, big bang theory, space, and other nerdy stuff i was (and still am) into . . . but at the end of the day...... i REALLY DO! hope their is something after death because the thought of it going black.... and thats it...... scares me more than anything . all this energy of a human.... of a persons soul, their happiness and jokes..... even their most painful moments...... just gone forever..... lost to a void . THAT! scares me . . . i dont care if the "after-life" is me just hanging out with all the cats and dogs ive had.... or even if its just your brain releasing stored DMT in the brain..... which makes 1 second feel like 10 years . their has to be something (but i KNOW their probably isnt..... besides the DMT trip thing..... that probably does happen) . idk... my last science experiment will be "what happens when i die" i hope thats a LONG time from now..... but i WILL!!! go into death with a scientific mind

Vor 18 Tage
Ricarda Gottschalk
Ricarda Gottschalk

@Senior David M Anderson Not of his Time,the Best ever!!!!!

Vor 26 Tage
A McG
A McG

Senna. 1992 Belgian Grand Prix. Saving the life of Erik Comas. Stopping his car to stand on the track, cut off the fuel supply and support a possible broken neck. *This* is the class of the man.

Vor 10 Monate
Rafi N.
Rafi N.

If I remember correct then comas did his best to do the same for senna but it was to late

Vor 10 Tage
avengedsoul6661
avengedsoul6661

That lap at Monaco 1988 proves how much Senna was on a different level. He outqualified Prost by 1.4 seconds, who in turn, had outqualified the 3rd placed driver (Berger) by 1.2 seconds. Senna was 2.6 seconds over Berger. That is blinding speed. No one can ever match that.

Vor year
Freddie Barbarrossa
Freddie Barbarrossa

In F1 maths, that's like being a year ahead

Vor 14 Tage
M1co29
M1co29

on that same weekend's race day, he was some 55 seconds ahead of Prost who was 2nd. Senna crashed at the barrier at Portier because he was told to slow down, which broke his concentration.

Vor 3 Monate
Motorhead Moto Clube
Motorhead Moto Clube

Almost 30 years after his death, and talking about him still brings tears to my eyes... A true national hero. "Dedication, Determination, Perfection".

Vor 10 Monate
THEWHITEBOY503
THEWHITEBOY503

Had he lived, he would be turning 61 today. Rest in peace, 1960-1994 🇧🇷

Vor 10 Monate
Mr.TooBigForMyPants
Mr.TooBigForMyPants

Senna was, is, and will always be my hero. A great driver? Yes. A great man? Yes. At 68 I tear up still, at the time I was watching live I bawled my eyes out. I just miss him being in in the world.

Vor 11 Monate
Jack Spry
Jack Spry

RIP and long live Roland Ratzenberger (July 4, 1960 - April 30, 1994), aged 33 And RIP and long live Ayrton Senna (March 21, 1960 - May 1, 1994), aged 34 You both will always be remembered as legends.

Vor 2 Monate
Bruno Moreira
Bruno Moreira

I watched his funeral at school, live. That's how much that meant. RIP Senna

Vor 7 Monate
Bruno Moreira
Bruno Moreira

@Callum Ryker Portugal

Vor Monat
Callum Ryker
Callum Ryker

In Brazil or Portugal?

Vor Monat
SuperBigwilk
SuperBigwilk

The famous Monaco lap apparently never got filmed. Let that sink in, the greatest lap of F1 history will never be seen. Pure Senna.

Vor 2 years
rollercoaster478
rollercoaster478

if it never got filmed then what is the footage in this video at 4:05 ???

Vor Monat
Sean Mahon
Sean Mahon

Still pisses me off. Murray wouldve gone bonkers if he would've been able to watch the entire lap by Senna that day. Can you imagine Senna in a modern F1 with all the grip and downforce?? He embarrassed great drivers every time I rained. He would be lapping Lewis while rocking a blindfold 😆

Vor 4 Monate
Daniel L
Daniel L

You had to be there... What a legacy

Vor 4 Monate
Jan Novák
Jan Novák

Driving with angels...

Vor 5 Monate
Raisen-kun
Raisen-kun

@Sean Mahon I think the reason why he is still a sore loser is because his victories wasn't meaningful at all. He has brain, but a manipulative brain who allowed him to "win". On other hand Senna was purest talent, and a talent who people still reconozing to this day and put him in the number 1 for all drivers alike ... not number 2 or 3 ... number 1... something who sting Prost for the rest of his life. And probably the reason why i said: "Balestre and Prost make a martyr out of Senna instead of a messenge". Because lets face it... Balestre hated Senna and favorite Prost due nationality, to the point of pick at him even for the most insignificant bullshit. And how do you tell me regulations were overlooked on Imola that fatal day? Senna was killed, and the eyes will always still fixated on Balestre and Prost for it, even if they didn't do anything at all.

Vor 7 Monate
Arty Ivanenko
Arty Ivanenko

I just watched Senna, the documentary Jeremy mentioned, and I cried. I cried hard. I know F1, I knew what had happened. They showed his entire final lap and I couldnt stop crying through the whole thing. It felt like they made him your friend throughout the film, doing everything to make you forget the end so you can feel the emotion all over again.

Vor year
Johann
Johann

my only remark is that they portrayed Prost as Palpatine, the big vilain

Vor 7 Monate
ReVilo
ReVilo

Where can i find it

Vor 8 Monate
Stewart Grindlay
Stewart Grindlay

The docu-film at the end makes you burst into tears. The music, the scene, the emotion. I don’t really have the words

Vor 9 Monate
tylerdurden786
tylerdurden786

Same here, youl cry when you watch it for the 2nd time too..

Vor year
Leigh Burne
Leigh Burne

I was never particularly a Senna fan either, but then I saw the documentary Clarkson mentions at the end of this clip and there's an uninterrupted on-board lap of Monaco in it and I just couldn't believe what I was seeing. Incidentally that documentary's one of the best things I've ever watched.

Vor 8 Monate
P_Sher 12
P_Sher 12

" when there is a gap you either permit yourself as a professional racing driver that is designed to win races or you come 2nd,3rd,4th or 5th & l'm not designed to come 3rd or 4th l race to win *& if you no longer go for a gap that exists you're no longer a racing driver* " Ayrton Senna only Ayrton Senna would have the guts to say that

Vor year
dokho1981
dokho1981

i mean no disrepect he's THE legend but that move on Prost is ... eww. kind of makes you think again of going for a gap

Vor 25 Tage
Leonardo D
Leonardo D

This quote was said because he was criticized by Jackie Stewart in the interview. My favorite is: “You can't overtake 15 cars in sunny weather... but you can when it's raining” and "I race to win"

Vor 7 Monate
phalanaz
phalanaz

that is such an amazing quote, i heard it back when i was in 8th grade and now as a junior even though i never got to watch him live that thought always lives in the back of my head everyday and it’s like just amazing

Vor 10 Monate
Jerome Yudiet
Jerome Yudiet

In an alternate universe.,Niki Lauda the genius of setting up cars is setting up the car that Senna is driving.. rest in peace legends of the sport..

Vor year
Leonardo D
Leonardo D

And Clark, Villeneuve, Earnhardt , McRae..

Vor 5 Monate
H D
H D

I just watched rush and holy lord I admire both of these men so much

Vor 5 Monate
jr.Roberto guedes
jr.Roberto guedes

TEMOS QUE AGRADECER MUIIITO AOS INGLESES.... Criaram 2 esportes que deram ao Bradil 2 herois, no Futebol Pelé e na F1 Senna.♦

Vor 11 Monate
Çårl Ñêwmäñ
Çårl Ñêwmäñ

I will always remember the race where Senna broke down on the last lap, and his ferocious rival Nigel Mansell picked him up on the cool down lap. The marshall sprinted out to pull Senna off Mansells car and Senna kicked them away. Watching those two happily sitting together will always stick in my mind as the epitome of an age of racing gone by..... RIP Ayrton.

Vor 11 Monate
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I love that Micheal Schumacher, a 7-time world champion himself even said aryton was #1. I remember in Italy when shumi was asked how it feels winning as much as senna. He started crying, true racing legend.

Vor Monat
Adriano Ramos
Adriano Ramos

"I'm not designed to come third, forth or fifth... I race to win"!

Vor year
Ayrton Lewis
Ayrton Lewis

My dad named me after Ayrton Senna but he had no idea at the time that I would have the current world champions name too Lewis Hamilton ! Proudly Ayrton Lewis....lol

Vor year
Ayrton Orio
Ayrton Orio

;)

Vor 21 Tag
Petteri
Petteri

This better not be real or you better be a racing driver

Vor Monat
Riyad Hussain
Riyad Hussain

Your dad’s a true sporting fan! 😄

Vor Monat
Jorge Garcia
Jorge Garcia

Why haven't we seen you in an F1 car yet is beyond me lol

Vor Monat
Phil
Phil

@dyslexic steak I'd never have called you Dyslexic. Not if my surname was Steak.

Vor Monat
Leandro M. Magalhães
Leandro M. Magalhães

27 years of your death and Brazil Still miss you. Love Senna.

Vor 8 Monate
Leonardo D
Leonardo D

@Miguel Santos Pensando por outro lado, hoje em dia com essa polarização de tudo e cancelamento, a maioria dos atletas são criticados por falar qualquer coisa. E diferente do Pelé como outros ídolos esportivos do país, ele é de longe o mais respeitado. Creio que também por ter vivido em outra época, ter morrido jovem no auge e com mais alguns títulos para disputar.

Vor 6 Monate
Miguel Santos
Miguel Santos

Toda a gente sentiu falta, lembro-me no dia a seguir a ele partir, aqui em Portugal toda a gente estava triste, seria importante para o Brasil ter hoje uma das suas grandes figuras vivas..foi uma pena.

Vor 7 Monate
Leandro M. Magalhães
Leandro M. Magalhães

@BadTrip Yes, new generation learn about him and they Love him. Of course is almost impossible not love Senna he is a legend a true hero. His Sister Viviane Senna creates Instituto Ayrton Senna, it provides educacional assistance to kids, and take care of memory of Ayrton Senna, she is an incredible woman too, two years after Senna died, she lost her husband in a motorbike crash, she transform all this tragedy in good things and spread compassion and love.

Vor 7 Monate
Bronco Balboa
Bronco Balboa

the world still misses him and always will!

Vor 7 Monate
Leonardo D
Leonardo D

@BadTrip Obvious. There isn't a May 1st or Brazil Grand Prix that someone doesn't remember. Many streets and roads are named after him. Not even the football team managed to mobilize so many people, it is a symbol of our national identity and their institute continues to take care of poor children.

Vor 7 Monate
Jabber 1974
Jabber 1974

I’d forgotten young Lewis was actually likeable, his enthusiasm for Senna car is fantastic. Like Senna, Hamilton is the master when it’s wet. It was a privilege to watch Senna race back in the day.

Vor 5 Monate
Erik de Jong
Erik de Jong

Just dont compare Senna to Hamilton.

Vor 21 Tag
SmartwatcherS S
SmartwatcherS S

I want to see Ham and Ver in one team please only for 1 season

Vor 23 Tage
Jeff Ian Nderi
Jeff Ian Nderi

@LEGITBOT 243 Is Turkish GP 2020 a joke to you?😂💀

Vor Monat
James Stephenson
James Stephenson

@78TBGAMER He can't expand, because he doesn't know why himself.

Vor Monat
Fun Times
Fun Times

@James Stephenson he's right Hamilton is a wanker of a bloke

Vor Monat
Jan Richter
Jan Richter

Sadly I was never able to see him race live (he died about 5 years before I was born), but the footage I saw of him I could watch again and again and again. In my opinion the greatest driver ever to race in F1.

Vor 15 Tage
Jasper Vos
Jasper Vos

Senna is by far the greatest, he sends shivers down your spine when driving

Vor 28 Tage
Paul Adrian
Paul Adrian

The best to ever do it! Brought me to tears.

Vor 27 Tage
MCP/ChronicBuzz
MCP/ChronicBuzz

God, I can only imagine what the F1 would have looked like with Senna and Stefan Bellof in the field together.

Vor 8 Monate
Rod Roller
Rod Roller

It never ceases to amaze me how little the F1 leadership did back then to protect their drivers. No matter the track condition or weather issues they ran. And they died.

Vor 5 Monate
Michael Bateson
Michael Bateson

Remember seeing him a Donnington 93, awsome. By far the most talented driver in an f1 car. Back when they were cars and not computers on wheels. Never forget the day he crashed.

Vor 27 Tage
Biggie
Biggie

I'm way too young to truly know what a motorsport legend Senna was. My father told me that when he died, he felt like he had lost a relative.

Vor 4 years
Leo Henrique
Leo Henrique

Im Brazilian..born in 99 on the same day Senna was born btw (March 21st) and i still felt like that when my dad told me abt him for the first time when I was a kid...and i cry everytime i "remember" him even not having watched him live..on the first time i went to Interlagos and the crowd started chanting his name...when i went to his grave...cried like i had lost a relative

Vor 10 Tage
Rafa Allegretti
Rafa Allegretti

I was too young to grasp the impact of Senna's death. My mom told me she felt the same way as when my grandpa died.

Vor 27 Tage
Valenwood
Valenwood

My dad felt the same way. As a kid I couldn't understand the importance. As I'm older now and see how much of a legendary great man he was I am devastated that he's gone . Truly next level human being . I will always think about him even tho I've never met him.

Vor 4 Monate
england1413
england1413

The only thing I can compare it to, was when princess Diana died. It didn't reach the peaks of hysteria that her death did but it was a massive blow to a worldwide audience who watched him every weekend religiously. It really was an amazing period of F1 when you really had a feeling of closeness to all of the drivers each with their own quirks. That's kind of dropped away more recently. For a fair while after my friend and I would just stop and go "Ayrton Senna is dead" and every single time it would blow our minds.

Vor 4 Monate
bananaempijama
bananaempijama

I was 9. he was and still is my idol. 1st of May of 1994,cried like a baby when it was confirmed he was dead

Vor 10 Monate
Fabio Zaneti
Fabio Zaneti

Senna o maior e melhor piloto de formula 1 de todos os tempos sem dúvidas 🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🙌🙌🙌👏👏👏👐👐🏎️🏎️🏆🏆🏆😢😢

Vor year
TheBigAyland
TheBigAyland

I remember watching the 'Senna' film and everyone in the cinema walking out in silence, knowing the mans life, death, and absolute legacy

Vor 2 Tage
Doug Woellner
Doug Woellner

Saw Ayton Senna race in Adelaide in the 80s & 90s brilliant driver brilliant memories RIP Ayton Senna

Vor Monat
Chidiebere Ndukwu
Chidiebere Ndukwu

8:47 Words to live by. RIP Senna.

Vor 11 Monate
jack
jack

Clarkson and Hamilton vividly getting across that this is a sport they love. Really well produced tribute.

Vor 6 Monate
The Phenome
The Phenome

It's interesting, we'll remember Clarkson, Hammond and May as the one of the best TV entertainers ever, and yet - they also gave us two of the best tribute videos, for Ayrton Senna and Jim Clark. Masterful.

Vor 5 Tage
Andre Sil
Andre Sil

And you know what was also amazing? The amount of hard work he’d put outside of the races by conditioning his body and his mind. He was able to meditate for hours straight and be super disciplined on everything. I’m truly inspired by who he was.

Vor year
Justin Mayfield
Justin Mayfield

I've watched this a dozen times and I'll keep watching it. It's the most beautiful tribute to human being I've ever seen.

Vor 3 Monate
Tyler Thompson
Tyler Thompson

This is some of Top Gear and Clarkson's best work.

Vor year
Annie Skywalker
Annie Skywalker

Absolutely.

Vor 3 Monate
Stensvold
Stensvold

say what you want about the abrasive nast nature of clarcson, he still got a really good voice and way of presenting in documentaries

Vor 5 Monate
kitkat224
kitkat224

Audi vs lancia was great film by Clarkson

Vor 5 Monate
Mattia Gentilini
Mattia Gentilini

@simonjamesd Word

Vor 8 Monate
George Russell 63
George Russell 63

@simonjamesd agreed

Vor 8 Monate
zoop !
zoop !

I finally found this masterpiece after 10 years. I remember this because of how Senna helped people around him and on the track. I never knew his name because I forgot about it but now I finally remember.

Vor 5 Monate
João Victor Sousa
João Victor Sousa

Saudoso Ayrton Senna! Por quem sou fã desde sempre! Definitivamente o melhor de todos os tempos

Vor 3 Monate
Throbbin Hood
Throbbin Hood

Still the greatest f1 driver of all time

Vor 8 Monate
r e v e l a r e_ XVII
r e v e l a r e_ XVII

The god of Formula 1, a living definition of what it means to be an F1 driver. We may never see another like him for as long as we live. An F1 driver so legendary, McLaren etched his name into their most track-focused car ever created.

Vor 2 Monate
musawer gulzar
musawer gulzar

"He was spectacular. every time he raced" . . . . Always racing in God mode !

Vor 10 Monate
A. Santos
A. Santos

"Nobody in the end wanted to spoil Senna's pole lap, when you saw the day-glo Mclaren & the very bright helmet of Senna...We’d literally jump out of the way. You didn’t want to be the one that they all talked about having blow the lap that the whole of GP venue was looking forward to." Martin Brundle "It is important to remember that, at the time, the vision of Senna's yellow helmet in a driver's rear-view mirror would act like the flashing blue light on a police car. Drivers would move out of the way" Eddie Jordan, An Independent Man: The Autobiography.

Vor 11 Monate
Alejandro Corleone
Alejandro Corleone

llore ese día como nunca antes... tenía 13 años estaba en argentina y le despertada a cualquier hora por verlo. 1 mayo del maldito 1994... esta en el cielo corriendo kartings con todos aquellos que se fuera mientras disfrutaban de su pasion... de nuestra pasion por las carreras se fue en parte aquel día, Fangio dijo alguna vez que nunca nadie podría ser como ayrton el verdadero numero 1 I cried that day like never before ... I was 13 years old, I was in Argentina and I woke up at any time to see him. May 1, 1994 ... he's in heaven racing karts with all those who left while enjoying his passion ... part of our passion for racing left that day, Fangio once said that no one could ever be like ayrton the real number 1

Vor 3 Monate
Mauricio Gomes
Mauricio Gomes

I must have seen this video hundreds of time; Make me emotional every time. As a Brazilian, and as a F-1 fan. The final statement by Jeremy is the all time best ......"Senna was spectacular every single time he got on that car" ....... says it all !!

Vor 9 Monate
Lord Joe Mott
Lord Joe Mott

He says “I race to win”, next seen he’s getting out of his car to save another mans life, clearly winning wasn’t that important to him but the life of a fellow race driver is a different thing. What a legend, RIP.

Vor 2 years
Philippe Gerondeau
Philippe Gerondeau

I think it was quali lol

Vor year
Resqwec
Resqwec

It’s weird what being in a racing car does to a person. The need to win and to be the best takes over, and Senna was lucky that the sight of an accident could shake him out of it. It was a rare talent amongst drivers. Most would drive past dead bodies in the 1960s and 1970s regularly, or cars on fire. Only a few could be snapped out of their pathological desire to compete and win. David Purley, Niki Lauda, Jackie Oliver and Ayrton Senna were some of those who did stop to help others or indeed themselves in Lauda’s case. Of course, the two greatest racers in this regard were Alain Prost, who supposedly adopted a calmer driving style after witnessing an accident in the early 1980s, and Sir Jackie Stewart, who Murray Walker called the greatest person in the history of motorsport for being both a fantastically successful driver and for using his fame and status to push for better safety measures in F1. Both of them were less likely to cause a fatal accident in the first place, because they both had the will and need to win but didn’t let it take over in the way other drivers did. I believe Sir Jackie Stewart maintained that one of the fastest laps he ever did came after Jochen Rindt died in 1970, because he was so angry and wound up. But he mostly talked about removing emotion from his driving, being smooth and decisive but not rash. It was the best approach, it was respectful and compassionate to the driver’s self and other drivers.

Vor year
Hexenrose
Hexenrose

Senna: I race to win Also Senna: Takes Alain Prost with him at the first corner on Suzuka

Vor year
Pepe Silvia
Pepe Silvia

Was during practice but yeah

Vor year
Pippy
Pippy

Race to win but not at the cost of someone elses life, and especially not his friend's life

Vor year
Paolo Rescalli
Paolo Rescalli

Ayrton: una persona di un altro livello, sia come pilota, ma soprattutto come uomo!

Vor 3 Monate
TheLamboMan
TheLamboMan

Heroes are remembered, but legends never die.......Senna Sempre🏎🇧🇷

Vor 8 Monate
Sanjaya Wijenayake
Sanjaya Wijenayake

The best piece of tv work I've ever seen. Makes me cry everytime. You know its gold when these three did a tribute.

Vor 11 Monate
SpeedStarOfAkina
SpeedStarOfAkina

I wouldn’t consider myself an F1 fan, but because I love racing, I am here. I respect Senna because of his competitive drive, passion for racing, and ability to be an incredible formula 1 racer. RIP Aryton Senna.

Vor Monat
BritIronRebel
BritIronRebel

I am old enough to admit that I watched Clark, Hill, Stewart, Hunt, Villeneuve, Piquet, Prost, etc. But Ayrton was on another level. Politics of F1 screwed him as far back as the wet race in Monaco driving the Toleman -he was destined to win over Prost when they called the race. I watched his death live that fateful day, turned off my TV, and didn't watch another F1 race until about 4-5 years ago. F1 lost all meaning to me in the interim...

Vor 3 years
Tia x
Tia x

@Martin Foot totally wrong move. i also watched BBC docu "a season with the team"... you could almost sense the balance was almost going to tip over to ron's favor thar senna may change his plan. many top drivers that made wrong move that cost them championships.. alonso, button. but senna's move cost his life! you could not find more polar opposite team principals between ron and frank williams. look at mcleran today, look at williams which is pretty much run to the ground by the "family". the team culture is so different, before the imola sunday, senna had to contact joe (@mcleran) to arrange a helicopter for him to fly him to his private jet after the sunday race. why? coz "williams does not do these things for its drivers!"

Vor 5 Monate
Tia x
Tia x

@Matt Sequoia yes! nigel did. but nigel being nigel, who loved drama in the public eye, i often wonder how much it was "feigned"! 😉 but mansell had tremendous respect for senna who was quite a few years younger than he. mansell called ayrton the "racers of all racers" (or something in that effect.)

Vor 5 Monate
Tia x
Tia x

@Luke Wlsn he would have won the championship in 94', 95, and 96' after adrian newey finally sorted out his aerodynamic fuckup that killed senna. then he would have retired. he would have built a successful business empire and charity foundation to help the poor children in brazil. he may even do what alain prost does now, a senior advisor to mcleran. i wish he had not gone to williams (a team i hold profound dislike to, not just because their car killed senna) i wish he had stayed with ron denis who truly loved him! i wish honda had not pulled out of f1 right after its founder's death in 92'! but senna had to be the fastest, and god had plans for him - god wants him to live forever young in our hearts.

Vor 5 Monate
Tia x
Tia x

you are blessed! i am also old enough to say that we did not have any motor racing in my birth country when i grew up. even after moving to the US 30+ years ago, i only learned the existence of F1 in the early 2000 when schumacher dominated. believe or not, i only came cross senna's name for the very first time when jules bianchi had his accident in 2014. and for the last a year and half i i have dedicated almost all my waking hours to catch up with the history and legends of formula racing. now i am a die hard senna fan and f1 follower.

Vor 5 Monate
Diego Campos
Diego Campos

The most sincerely regards and respect to you Sir. From Brasil.

Vor 5 Monate
Raisen-kun
Raisen-kun

Also .. i remember a phrase my dad said me long ago when i was a kid: "Senna wasn't suited for the car , the car was suited for Senna". Thats how awesome Senna was.

Vor 7 Monate
David Trejo
David Trejo

I love how they pair the introduction of his racing to the best little breakdown that Radiohead has ever done 🥰

Vor year
Zed
Zed

What a joy to see the enthusiasm and passion Lewis has for Ayrton, I was watching the race all those years ago that claimed his life. I cried my eyes out. As much as I love Nigel Mansell, I had so much respect for Ayrton's skills. Those cars were beasts back then, thats when the racing was at it's best. RIP Ayrton, thanks for the memories

Vor 11 Monate
Rafael Marques
Rafael Marques

Nunca esquecido, Senna sempre

Vor 7 Monate
TheRazer43
TheRazer43

For people who don't speak portuguese, the poster at 1:08 translates to: "Senna, Sundays would never be the same without you" 😢

Vor 3 years
rd vídeos
rd vídeos

WILL never, not would never

Vor year
Jogos yee
Jogos yee

Foi muito triste para o Brasil!!!!

Vor year
Sa yan
Sa yan

Those words are very powerful...

Vor year
joao marka
joao marka

@Lino Ramalho Imagino que no Japão também! Ele era muito querido pelo povo Japonês!

Vor year
Lino Ramalho
Lino Ramalho

joao marka cá em Portugal foi igual.

Vor year
Lucius In Fabula
Lucius In Fabula

The Mozart of motor racing, that inexplicable talent that transcends logic

Vor 28 Tage
Boggesh Zahim
Boggesh Zahim

What a wonderful tribute. Loved when Top Gear did films like this

Vor year
Nick Johanson
Nick Johanson

I watched this tribute maybe a year or so ago. Ever since that moment I have watched every little bit of footage I could of Ayrton Senna driving. This got me into F1.

Vor 4 Monate
Der Alte
Der Alte

It's so good to see a fine show like Top Gear talking so well about a great brazilian like Senna. Really deserved.

Vor Monat
Avenged Fate
Avenged Fate

Senna was from a time in which, at 22 years of age, "you still had time" to get to F1. Nowadays, you're supposed to already be karting in your father's balls to even smell the fuel coming out of a GP3 car.

Vor 2 years
Mauricio Mayorga
Mauricio Mayorga

@Mauricio Trindade nice name

Vor 3 Monate
David Kalavsky
David Kalavsky

it's because people must move away from f1 Fandom and look to other motorsport, there are so many divisions and leagues.

Vor 4 Monate
British F type gr3
British F type gr3

Gt3 racing on the other side

Vor 4 Monate
James Burnett
James Burnett

@Tetragon 213 18 years old, please, people are joining the army at 16. 18 means your an adult.

Vor 6 Monate
James Burnett
James Burnett

@AdotLOM I disagree, you had drivers come into race at age 25 back in the day. Vettel for example was at his prime when he was 24 ish. Max verstapean another great driver who isn’t even 25. Lando Norris incredible fast driver. This generation of drivers will be faster because they are younger. It’s a wave of new drivers.

Vor 6 Monate
Cassandra Mros Wiechers
Cassandra Mros Wiechers

Linda homenagem. Eu e minha família não perdíamos uma corrida, mesmo aquelas que passavam de madrugada. Ayrton renovou em nós brasileiros uma sensação de brasilidade, um amor por nosso país a cada domingo. Ele não morreu em nossos corações. Hoje o meu filho, que não chegou a ve-lo correr , divide comigo o amor pelo automobilismo e uma imensa admiração pelo Ayrton, e me mandou esse vídeo. Obrigada.

Vor 6 Monate
Alan Taylor
Alan Taylor

The true great of F1 never forgotten.

Vor year
Alex Vieira
Alex Vieira

Ayrton Senna da Silva ó melhor piloto que a F1 já teve é terá !

Vor 11 Monate
T B
T B

Lewis Hamilton has perfectly described the feeling of that day. I was 11 and remember the day and the place where I was perfectly well. That day 140 million Brazilians have also died a little with Ayrton. Forever Ayrton Sena do Brasil

Vor 7 Monate
arty
arty

Schumacher claimed if it was dry he'd possibly win against senna half of the time, but if it was wet he'd lose 100% of the time

Vor 3 years
SL G
SL G

@Damoon Nazarpour "I think the death of Senna played a big role in magnifying him" "This Racing master in the Mclaren" James Hunt 1991 or 92 "Senna is maybe the greatest of all time" US Sportjournalist 1993 "Maybe Senna is a Super-Talent, but almost 2 sec?" Gerhard Berger (I think) 1986 "You know you've been hit by a legend" Jordan Mechanic to Eddie Irvine 1993 "Whether you think Ayrton Senna is sympathetic or not, that shouldn't cover up the facts: The Brazilian dominates Formula 1 at will - not because of superior material, not even if someone else leads the Championchip, but simply because of his talent, that's probably him is the best racing driver ever" AutoSport Magazine 1991 "Senna can't be beaten" Mario Alberto Bauer German Formula Ford 2000 champion 1982 "...the racing god, who is apparently Brazilian and lets it rain, even Williams Renaults look old." Auto Sport Magazine 1993 "Senna is ahead of everyone else" Bernie Ecclestone 1991 "Senna was probably the first driver who I'd heard changing gears, going down the gears, flipping the throttle, turning the steering wheel into the next corner. And he was left foot breaking which I'd never known anyone in Formula 1 to do. He was keeping the engine spinning to try and keep the boost pressure in the turbo charged motor up. So that when he got back on the throttle, he was going to have more horsepower than if he'd been lifting off the throttle. "Just having the mental capacity to do all these things simultaneously and the pace he was going... "The car was literally like a stone skimming across the water. It was just dancing across the racetrack and it was just carrying so much speed. "And I went, 'Can I believe what I've just witnessed? Can I believe what I've just heard'. Because I had never ever seen a racing driver commit and carry so much speed in a difficult part of Brands Hatch" John Watson's extraordinary insight into Senna's "genius"

Vor 3 Monate
SL G
SL G

@Damjan Stevanovic Well, to believe that Schumacher is better because he doesn't sweat that much is XXX. Webber was fitter (? ... more fit) than Vettel, Fisichella sweated less than Alonso. "... if they were in the same car, Ayrton would have taken the lead. As I said, he would have won races that Michael could not have won, although it might have worked the other way round. But overall? My money would have been with Ayrton." Bernie Ecclestone “Schumacher needed a 'feel good factor', the right people around him, a group that would support him. People like Jean Todt, me, Rory [Byrne]. This is another reason why Schumacher should be in top form in his Ferrari days. " Ross Brwan I haven't heard anything like that about Senna. Schumacher was more successful, yes. But in the success, Senna was more individual, skilled, and among stronger competitors. Experts know that and I think that's the reason why they put Senna at the top, not because he is dead. about Joan Villadelprat: 1994 Interlagos training. John Watson notes that Schumacher's Benetton is very good on the corners, while Senna's Williams "jumps around like a billy goat". And Adrian Newey is a little disappointed with the new Williams. The loss of the active landing gear could not yet be compensated. Even before the race in Aida, Schumacher reveals: “Our car is better in the corners than the Williams. We could even have an advantage over Williams on the slower tracks. On the power tracks (Imola, Hockenheim, Monza) we will find it difficult to keep up because of the engine! "

Vor 3 Monate
Damoon Nazarpour
Damoon Nazarpour

@Damjan Stevanovic Bravo! I think the death of Senna played a big role in magnifying him. I think Jim Clark, Prost, Alonso, and Graham Hill and Niki Lauda are right there with Senna if not above him, but Schumi is on another level!

Vor 4 Monate
Damoon Nazarpour
Damoon Nazarpour

Unless Schumi never said such a thing. He was a master in rain and he built up that legendary Ferrari team that dominated the sport for years. Even when he moved to Mercedes? Boom, two years after him leaving Mercedes dominating the sport! No one has done it and no one comes close to Michael! (No disrespect to Senna, I love him)

Vor 4 Monate
D Delaney
D Delaney

Look at original quote. " If it was wet, he'd lose 100% all the time " Schumacher might have been playing games, but Senna was in his head. Ayrton was the master of psychological warfare. Look at his teammates, deAnglis, Johansen, Prost especially, Andretti. He played this type of game all the time, Prost's teaming being the most spectacular of course. Alain was not a slouch in the psychological department himself, having ousted Mansell from Williams, the rumoured? confirmed? affair while driving for Renault in 1983, the battles in 84 with Lauda. And yet, in 1989 one Senna and one Prost entered into a war that shook the very foundation of F1. So, you think for one second, that Ayrton would have lost a psychological war against Schumacher? I don't think so. But let's look at Schumacher and what he did. Neither one would back off including taking the other off the track. Schumacher's run-in's with Hill and Villeneuve in their respective years. Ayrton's run-in with Prost twice, '89 and '90 of course. And yes, I'm very aware of the situation behind both and the fact that Prost's crash in '89 made him champion and Senna's in '90 made him champion. So we have two win at all costs guys who will crash to take out the rival. No winning here, only overtime. The only way to win is grab that early lead, follow it up with blistering speed, build a lead. And maintain it. Schumacher and Senna would be too fast to really build up a big lead, and strategy would probably favor Schumacher as this was the foundation of his career although Senna had a remarkable ability to adapt to ever changing situations. So what's left? Weather? The unreliable weather. Senna's dominance in situations where nobody, teams, drivers, fans could predict anything lies squarely in Senna's court. So, both drivers had a extremely talented knack for building a team around them, both had outright, eyeball searing speed, both had a will to win and both had a ruthlessness to put another guy off the track, both masters of psychological warfare. It's in the lap of the Gods as I say, fate, luck, call it what you want, but it's the unknown in which Ayrton reigned supreme. Don't underestimate just how quickly Ayrton was able to adapt to any given situation, foolish if you do. Both can adapt, Schumacher's true talent, and I'm surprised that so many people have never seen this, was the building of a championship winning team around him, while Ayrton's talent stood alone with a team already in place. Interesting variables in my opinion. So adapting quickly, Ayrton's forte. Preparation, Schumacher's playground. Races can be won or lost in a heartbeat. If that happens, Senna's winning. Getting the car to peak performance, Schumacher, but this is a extremely close one. I hope I have brought some variables to the table for people to consider. Both drivers are beyond talented, with my opinion being towards Senna, having watched both in their respective primes. Something I read year's ago sticks in my mind dealing with these two. Rain is a great equalizer. In other words, power means nothing in the wet. Speed means nothing in the wet. Talent is what matters in the wet and Ayrton? Well Ayrton's win ratio against Schumacher's tells it's own tale I believe. Ayrton Senna. 66.7%. Michael Schumacher. 36.5%. I'm sure there will be counter arguments for and against, but hold an advantage of double is extremely difficult to argue against. I also need to remind people that the amount of talented driver's that has passed through F1 has been incredible, sometimes it's just luck. Just a F1 fantatic that lost his idol on the 1st of May 1994 in Imola.

Vor year
raunak vaidya
raunak vaidya

Perfect tribute to the legend... Senna forever

Vor 5 Monate
Horatio Hemingway-McGhee
Horatio Hemingway-McGhee

I was born many years after Senna died. But based on any interaction I’ve seen where senna is mentioned, I cannot help but wipe away a tear. The pure respect and adoration. He truly is the greatest driver to grace us with their presence.

Vor 8 Monate
DGB DGB
DGB DGB

"If you no longer go for a gap that exists you're no longer a racing driver" - Ayrton Senna (my idol)

Vor year
Nauti
Nauti

Just watching Ayrton brings him back to life.

Vor 28 Tage
arctan
arctan

I remember the day where Schuhmacher got the same amount of wins in Italy like Senna. In the Interview after the Race he bursts out in tears after a reporter asked him what it means to him winning as much as senna.

Vor year
Casper Kankarjärvi
Casper Kankarjärvi

@Eloi Trèmols Schumacher and Häkkinen were both on the podium that day in 1994 as well

Vor 4 Monate
Walterplinge
Walterplinge

@Stance santos good to see someone else remembers that

Vor 5 Monate
Stance santos
Stance santos

@Walterplinge it wasn’t a boy it was a track Marshall and what’s interesting is the following year they had a gentleman’s agreement not to overtake in the first two chicanes but some teams refused to respect the yellow flags

Vor 5 Monate
Walterplinge
Walterplinge

They. Died because a boy was killed by a flying tire during that race

Vor 5 Monate
Eloi Trèmols
Eloi Trèmols

@Wicked Witch of the East add into the cocktail that Schumacher was right after Ayrton in the crash day, mainly he was the first on seeing the accident. How do you later feel when knowing Ayrton died?

Vor 10 Monate
S Smith
S Smith

I feel as if Ayrton Senna lives within Lewis Hamilton, without Senna we wouldn’t see Lewis win as many championships as he has

Vor 5 Monate
A D Volente
A D Volente

Top gear, Clarkson and the boys know how to give a tribute. You only have to watch clarkson passion in some of his documentaries to understand who he is and what he stands for, Miss the old top gear so much.

Vor 28 Tage
Álvaro Duarte
Álvaro Duarte

Ok Clarkson " Senna, he was spectacular every single time he got in that car" . I can vouch for that... Miss him A LOT!!!!!

Vor 8 Monate
Corey Golphenee
Corey Golphenee

He managed to drive an f1 car like someone smashing a miata up curvy mountain road on his day off and thats why he's a legend

Vor 11 Monate
Sean Mahon
Sean Mahon

If Michael Jordan was considered "God disguised as a man playing basketball", then Senna is certainly God disguised as a man racing an F1 car.

Vor year
Erik de Jong
Erik de Jong

@OB1 tuber Nobody outside US cares about nascar

Vor 21 Tag
dokho1981
dokho1981

@NE☉ i think it's Zidane but ok

Vor 25 Tage
Rafox66
Rafox66

Never compare Senna to that guy again please.

Vor Monat
Pat176
Pat176

Prost >

Vor 2 Monate
Alex Haes
Alex Haes

A jumping man throwing a ball is nothing close to a god lol

Vor 4 Monate
chris thomas
chris thomas

lewis' genuine excitement was beautiful to watch

Vor year
Whiplash Plays Games
Whiplash Plays Games

Obrigado, Ayrton. Thanks for the memories.

Vor 10 Monate
Érico Neto
Érico Neto

i was born in 93, i wish i had the oportunity to watch him race live on tv. Rip legend

Vor year
BlondeWick
BlondeWick

"He'd leave it up to you" (whether or not to cause an accident) sounds familiar with everything I hear about Max and his aggressive driving. People Will look back at this year's championship in 20 yrs. very much like Prost v. Senna however; Lewis v. Max has only really been this season so definitely different legacies(and cars, obviously)

Vor Tag
Vulcan Gamer
Vulcan Gamer

The last 20 seconds when the music is on and that car is dancing through the streets and flying on the track , I get goosebumps running up my back and all over my body , a sensational driver that we all miss

Vor 3 years
Tetragon 213
Tetragon 213

@James O'Mahony Schumacher himself claimed that, in such a race, he had a 50% of winning if it was dry, but in the rain, Senna would've won every single time. I'm inclined to agree with such an assessment. Senna's death was absolutely horrifying, and also a bit mysterious since they still don't quite know what caused it.

Vor 2 years
Ricardo Caldeira
Ricardo Caldeira

@David Miatke "ignorant imbecile idiot"

Vor 2 years
Sam MaxGoof
Sam MaxGoof

Dāvis Kalve wesley did a good job getting no likes

Vor 2 years
James O'Mahony
James O'Mahony

He was the greatest driver that ever lived. He drove against a number of legendary drivers and far from regularly had the best car. When it rained he was peerless. He had his flaws as a human, don’t we all, but lined up one on one, same equipment, against any other driver in history, I’d choose him. And if it was wet his opponent would probably chose him as well.

Vor 2 years
David Miatke
David Miatke

@Wesley Johnson You Idiot

Vor 2 years
Valenwood
Valenwood

I was born in 1998... I remember my father told me of the Great aryton senna in South Africa. I'm 23 years old now balling my eyes out for someone I've never seen or met in person . What a legendary human being . Wow ❤

Vor 4 Monate
Alex Toani
Alex Toani

That's the first time I'm watching this tribute, I'm Brazilian and I started to watch F1 races when Senna won his first championship in 1988. I was just 14 y.o. He was an exceptional race car driver, he worked hard for that and he loved what he did until his last breath. After all, he was an amazing human being with a good heart. Definitely, the number One! #sennalivesinourhearts

Vor 8 Monate
Melad Gul
Melad Gul

Ayrton Senna is like the Muhammad Ali of F1

Vor 2 Monate
DRKROB21
DRKROB21

I've watched the special so many times since it's aired and every single time it makes me tear up

Vor 10 Monate
Frank Castle
Frank Castle

When Michael shumacher says senna was the best. Then he's the best.

Vor 3 years
Rafa Allegretti
Rafa Allegretti

@Zak 123 GOATs never say they are the GOAT. To Schumi it's Senna, to Senna it's Clark, to Piquet it's Brabham, etc.

Vor 27 Tage
Ar rOe
Ar rOe

@HunniRBLX he had a dominant car in like 3 of the 7 titles, stop the crap...

Vor Monat
Annie Skywalker
Annie Skywalker

Yea, I do believe MS always rated AS as the best.

Vor 3 Monate
Tia x
Tia x

@Jake Woolley because schumacher never raced anyone in equal cars when he dominated in ferrari - a team with a long tradition of team orders! i do not put schumacher in top 5. my top 5 includes prost (you cannot put prost out of top 5 if you think senna is #1) and alonso (who is one of very few drives who drove the backmarker car to the constructor championship position 4 spots better than what they belong!) as far as i know, only senna and alonso were able to do that. hamilton does not even make to my top 10 as he never drove an inferior car.

Vor 5 Monate
Tia x
Tia x

@Greig Sanderson if you are such a stickler to "facts", you would have known senna was a 3 time world champion (in reality 4 time) you have a door knob for brain.

Vor 5 Monate
Fastacel Zapacescu
Fastacel Zapacescu

He didn't give everything, every time. He gave more. He borrowed some Greatness from God to give us entertainment. Thank you, Senna!

Vor 24 Tage
daveacorner
daveacorner

I was watching F1 live on the day that Senna passed away....then I found out why he died....watched the footage of him desperately steering the wheel, but with no response. Frank Williams should have been held accountable for sending Senna out with a bodged steering column... I struggle to choose between Senna and Fangio for the greatest of all time... but Senna was a true grit, genuine racer, a drivers' driver and a legend... I watched him drive cars in ways that even the engineers did not believe possible, wet, dry, underpowered, poorly setup....against Prost and the F1 bast4rds that tried to keep him down...He was a special, fantastic man and I miss the days of Formula 12 when Senna graced the track. RIP Ayrton....I hope you're blasting around a track somewhere special.

Vor 6 Monate
Danilo Rangel
Danilo Rangel

Maybe this is the fifth or sixth time I watch this video and, as soon as it starts, I do shed a tear. Or two... I cry. I am Brazilian and in my boyhood he was my hero, as much as he was the hero of millions of Brazilians. We had virtually nothing to be proud of, but every Sunday Senna raced, on those Sundays we felt as if we were special... It's hard to put into words... He inspired all of us and gave us great happiness as a gift... Senna will never die, for he will forever live in me and millions of others all over the world. Long live the king, long live Ayrton Senna do Brasil!!! 🏎️🏁🇧🇷🏆🏆🏆

Vor 8 Monate
jacob Knight
jacob Knight

Rip to a true legend ❤️🙏🏻

Vor 7 Monate
Rickybobby94
Rickybobby94

Don't get me wrong I love this tribute, but I feel it isn't entirely correct. This tribute makes Senna seem like he took out Prost just to win the championship, but it doesn't explain the background. Senna didn't let up because he qualified first then the first position was moved to the opposite of the grid which was not on the racing line therefore less grip. He tried to protest that, but to no avail, he felt that the French FIA president at the time Jean Marie Ballestre favored Alain Prost.

Vor year
Luisquitslife
Luisquitslife

@Chocox if that happened today they would be fired on the spot

Vor 4 Monate
My Channel Lacks Originality
My Channel Lacks Originality

@RedWings51930 Yeah, same goes for any diehard fanboys for any driver

Vor 5 Monate
RedWings51930
RedWings51930

my favourite thing is Senna fans defending him by saying "he was so ruthless and aggressive, that's why he was great" when defending him being a dirty driver, then having the gall to get on their high horse and acting upset when Schumacher did anything similar

Vor 5 Monate
Rumeeezyy
Rumeeezyy

Man I always hated Ballestre...

Vor 5 Monate
My Channel Lacks Originality
My Channel Lacks Originality

Complete myth. Pole was on the dirty side since Suzuka first appeared on the F1 calendar in 1987

Vor 5 Monate
Amanda Welker
Amanda Welker

I am nearly deaf so I can't watch this to full effect, but I watched the heck out of it in the past. I learned the songs in the segment ("There, There" by Radiohead and "Siren Song" by Bat For Lashes) and how incredible Senna was. Seriously, this segment is the good stuff.

Vor Monat
Mr L
Mr L

Senna was an excellent driver. May he rest in peace

Vor 4 Monate
Zero SpeedFactory
Zero SpeedFactory

13:15 - the spark from Piquet's car is from his upshifting, the car squats on torque bangin the guard on the tarmac... and schooled Senna,... and you gotta be asking the madness of racing drivers back then to win... upshifting at the very last tiny stretch of the corner to overtake that only last a second and... make the lap. You can actually hear the quick downshifting at 13:17 just before his drift entry.

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God Bless Senna. Rest Easy.

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