Ayrton Senna nicknamed Magic, is considered one of the greatest pilots of all time. The figure of Senna is one of the most representative and iconic of Formula 1, as well as automobism in general.
Complete runner in every aspect, from developing the management of the tires, he was able to stand out in the course of his career especially for the wet driving and the qualification speed.
In addition, with 41 great prizes won, he is in fifth place in the ranking of victories in the history of competition. Furthermore, the Brazilian pilot still holds the record of 6 wins on the prestigious Monte Carlo track in the city circuits.
He won 3 World Cup in 1988-1990-1991 with McLaren.
His career in the top car category, which began in 1984 at the wheel of the Toleman, was characterized by dualism with the French Alain Prost. This rivalry is considered as one of the most intense and heated in the history of Formula 1, as well as sport in general.
He died following the injuries sustained in an accident at the Tamburello curve of the Imola circuit, during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.