The years 1987 to 1989 were pivotal ones in Team Lotus’s history in Formula One with a triple World Champion Brazilian arriving to the stable while a future triple World Champion Brazilian was leaving it. The last hurrah - told by their contracts.
Accolade’s 1988 hit, Grand Prix Circuit was the paramount of all 8-bit Formula 1 games as said hardware systems reached their climax before the 16-bit generation struck down. Here’s how it went.
...yes, it has a freshman Senna, too.
The Perrinn World Endurance Championship attempt took an unexpected twist and was picked up by 'Brazil'.
What makes Monaco the most wanted trophy for Formula One drivers? Let's hear it from them.
What can you say about the man everything has been told of - and yet no words have been capable of capturing his being? You just retell the tale again and again until he becomes a legend.
All the things Ireland is famous for, right? And Guinness. Which ends with double-S, rather than starts. That's right: Senna killing it at Ireland's one and only Mondello Park.
Many racing team - manufacturer combinations have resulted in some really cool road cars in the past decades. Here's one that could have been totally awesome/weird.
Sportscar endurance racing is one of the most versatile form of motor sports out there. It can contain both blazing, young guns and veteran hounds within the same team, often in the same car. Such as Senna and Pescarolo.
When you are a legend in the making - such as Ayrton Senna - powered by a Japanese company - i.e. Honda - and a Japanese entertainment company - SEGA, that is - wants to exploit your ventures, why wouldn't you want a say in it? Like designing your own race tracks.Screw Gran Turismo, screw Hermann Tilke. You need a…
Where one grudge match ended, another one started. If the latter part of the 20th century's racing history had to be condensed into one race and one movie, this should be it. Equal cars, equal chances of winning, 17 (!) shared (future or past) F1 World Championship titles and much more. The 1984 Nürburgring…
“I know nothing about rallying. I’ve seen the pictures in magazines, sometimes watched it on television. And I deliberately haven’t listened to anyone about rally driving. I want to find out for myself.” - Ayrton Senna
Ayrton Senna did this Marlboro-organised TV-interview in a Budapest hotel some time before the 1993 Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Internet is a mysterious place where even magnets and miracles are old-school and childish. It is a playground for trolls, people of identity-crisis and for those who just make stuff up. You make make people dead and dead ones alive and make it believable. I ran across something like this just now, and I know it’s…
...or indeed he was just bluffing?
"Ooooooh, dat sound, F1 now sounds like vacuum cleaners!" you might say, yes but that was 25 years ago.
Lots of people hate the Hungaroring because it does not support exciting racing for open-wheelers (except when raining - not a common feature in late July). What it does support is complex technical challenge for qualifying as it is just corner after corner.