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Brazilian
15 October 1983 (40)
Adolf Brudes (15 October 1899)
Chuck Stevenson (15 October 1919)
Al Pease (15 October 1921)

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6th (2012 Malaysian Grand Prix)
7th (2011 Belgian Grand Prix)
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33 (0.7 points per race avg)
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about Bruno Senna

Bruno Senna Lalli (Portuguese pronunciation: [?brunu ?sen?], born 15 October 1983) is a Brazilian professional racing driver currently racing for Rebellion Racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship. He is the nephew of the late Ayrton Senna, three-time Formula One world champion. Senna raced in Formula One from 2010–12. He made his début driving for Hispania Racing in 2010, raced for Renault from August 2011 as a replacement for Nick Heidfeld, and drove for the Williams team in 2012. Between 2014–16, he drove for Mahindra Racing in Formula E. His mother is Ayrton's older sister, Viviane. His father, Flávio Lalli, died in a motorcycle crash in 1996. The colour scheme of Bruno's helmet is a slightly modified version of that used by his uncle Ayrton Senna.


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2010 Karun Chandhok
Sakon Yamamoto
Christian Klien
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2011 Vitaly Petrov
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2012 Pastor Maldonado
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Rather than a token change of paint on the sidepod, or a different looking front wing, it has elected for a complete livery takeover in the iconic yellow, green and blue colours of Senna’s helmet.But one interesting stand out element of the McLaren livery is the fact that not all its normal papaya colour has been taken off – and in particular the flashes on the front wheel fairings remain ...

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The Woking-based team has worked with sponsor partner OKX on the complete takeover of the MCL38 colour scheme – replacing its papaya orange with the yellow, green and blue colours of the late Brazilian’s iconic helmet.The car also features iconic Senna quotes inside the cockpit, as well as lettering featuring the three-time world champion’s name on the front and rear wings.While last ...

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This month marked the 30-year anniversary of Senna's fatal accident at Imola on 1 May 1994, which came the day after Austrian Ratzenberger lost his life in a crash.The death of Ratzenberger, which itself followed a serious practice accident for Senna's compatriot Rubens Barrichello, shook the Williams driver to the core at the time.In the wreckage of Senna's crashed car, marshals found an unfurled ...

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Vettel will take Senna's 1993 McLaren MP48 for a lap of honour on Sunday at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, marking the 30th anniversary of the Brazilian's passing at the Italian circuit.Keeping Senna's memory alive in the paddock, Vettel hosted a track run on Thursday with drivers from F1, F2 and F3 donning 'Forever' shirts the iconic yellow helmet design, in his honour.Speaking before the lap ...

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Fittipaldi says he “loved and admired Ayrton in equal measure” – which was in stark contrast with Senna’s relationship with the other Brazilian F1 great Nelson Piquet, as he and Ayrton shared a mutual loathing.Emerson first met Senna as a teenaged karter, and invited him into the Copersucar-Fittipaldi garage at a test at Interlagos in the mid-1970s: “The kart track at Interlagos was ...

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Senna's life has been extensively celebrated this week on the 30th anniversary of the three-time world champion's fatal accident at the San Marino Grand Prix on 1 May 1994.The Imola circuit is next up on the F1 calendar after the Miami Grand Prix and will inevitably be the scene of more tributes to the late Brazilian.Four-time world champion Vettel, who owns Senna's 1993 McLaren MP4/8, has ...

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"I'm not going to celebrate like some people that it's 20 years on," says Alain Prost of the anniversary of Ayrton Senna's death at Imola on May 1 1994. "I can answer these questions about him, no problem - he was an exceptional guy - but I just don't see it the same way as the other guys do."To understand why, you have to appreciate the background of their shared history: Prost and Senna fought ...

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During the three decades since the sickening image of the blue-and-white Williams striking the Tamburello wall was broadcast to a global audience of millions, Ayrton Senna has been transformed.On May 1 1994 he was already a racing superstar, regarded justifiably by many as the greatest of his generation, but since then the name Senna has grown into so much more. It's a global brand, a name on ...

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For many, Ayrton Senna is the greatest Formula 1 driver of all time, and the passing of years since his death - at the peak of his powers aged 34 in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix - has only strengthened that conviction.To mark the 25th anniversary in 2019, Motorsport.com decided to pick out and rank the three-time world champion's 10 finest race performances.Senna made 161 F1 starts and took 41 ...

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But one of the lesser-known aspects of what happened on May 1, 1994, was the sense of helplessness unfolding for those inside the safety car which led the Formula 1 field early on.Faced with an underpowered Opel Vectra that was ultimately not fast enough to be running in front of F1 machinery, safety car driver Max Angelelli and former F1 race director Charlie Whiting, who was sat alongside him ...

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Following a late electrical failure that took him out of the running for a podium finish in Rio de Janeiro’s opening round, Senna arrived at Estoril looking for his first points of the season.Senna and Lotus had certainly showed flashes of pace-setting form in Brazil, but here he was able to unleash some fearsome speed from his Renault-powered 97T right from Friday’s first qualifying ...

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But what happened next only heightened his suspicions that rival team Benetton was using some form of illegal traction or launch control on its car.Senna took pole position – the 64th of his career – thanks to his time in Friday qualifying. This was fortunate for two reasons: on Saturday, the track was much slower and he’d spun at Revolver corner, leaving him 24th fastest in that ...

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“It was a race like old times – going hard, from the heart. I had to be smart over when to press the rhythm, and when to hold back. It was a fantastic race. I am happy for all of us. Not just for me, but for the team and staff. It was a dream. God knows, and when he wants something, then nothing can stop it.”The quote above was given to Brazilian television, delivered in Senna’s native ...

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It marked the maiden grand prix starts for Stefan Bellof, Ayrton Senna and Martin Brundle – as well as the less heralded Philippe Alliot and Francois Hesnault. Of the bunch, Senna qualified highest – the future three-time world champion taking 17th on the grid, albeit over 5s off the pole time, but ahead of Toleman-Hart teammate Johnny Cecotto. Brundle, whom Senna had beaten to the 1983 ...

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Netflix has revealed its first behind the scenes look at the upcoming drama Senna, which is due to be released in the near future.Senna will be a biographical sports drama based on the F1 legend who won the world championship in 1988, 1990 and 1991 for McLaren.Filming for Senna is already underway and will be shot in various locations across the globe, as the mini-series attempts to tell the story ...

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No, we are not talking about former Toro Rosso and AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost, who rightly received a warm send-off in the Abu Dhabi paddock, but about Josef Leberer, a pioneer physiotherapist and every bit the paddock legend that his compatriot is.As the 64-year-old has always shunned publicity, he isn't as well-known as some of the other Austrian paddock pillars. But inside the paddock he ...

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Thirty years ago today, Ayrton Senna put in a sublime drive to win a rain-affected 1993 Japanese Grand Prix in his penultimate start for McLaren. It was the Brazilian's fourth victory of a season otherwise dominated by the Williams FW15C, and once again he beat the odds on a day when driver skill and sheer chutzpah counted for much.But that race at Suzuka is remembered as much for what happened ...

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The Briton was beaten to the front row of the grid by rookie team-mate Piastri by a scant 0.035s, although Max Verstappen's advantage over the Australian spanned over half a second en route to pole position.Norris explained that McLaren would "try" to take the fight to Verstappen, but deadpanned that there was not a lot that the team could do unless Piastri resorted to more nefarious tactics to ...

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The Mercedes driver also referenced Ayrton Senna’s famous quote about no longer being a racing driver if you don’t go for a gap.The Turn 15 incident led Perez to retire from the race with bodywork damage and triggered a 5-second penalty for Hamilton after the stewards decreed that he was predominantly at fault.That dropped him from fourth place on the road to seventh in the final sprint ...

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Senna collected his victories between 1985 and 1993 prior to his death in 1994. For years, the Brazilian's record was dwarfed by only Alain Prost's total of 51 wins but has since been surpassed by Michael Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel, and Lewis Hamilton.
Verstappen has now reached that level with his win in Montreal, his sixth of the season, and also helped Red Bull reach the milestone of 100 ...

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The feature documentary project was announced by Apple in March of last year. It will entail a film crew shadowing the seven-time world champion both in the F1 paddock and in his personal life. This and archive footage will be spliced alongside high-profile interviewees.
While details thereafter are scarce, it is known that the behind-the-scenes programme will be produced by Hamilton ...

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Michael, unaware of Ayrton’s problems, would hit out after the race – believing Senna had been “playing some kind of game”.
The 1992 season was a Williams walkover, and Brazil would play host to the third 1-2 thus far for the Renault-powered team. Nigel Mansell overcame a fast-starting Riccardo Patrese for victory, so the real race was for third, which Senna was determined to ...

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The man who heads race promoter Saudi Motorsport Company, and who is largely responsible for the success of the event, is Briton Martin Whitaker.
Prior to becoming involved in the circuit and event operation business Whitaker's career followed an unusual path that saw him working for bosses as diverse as Bernie Ecclestone, Jean-Marie Balestre, Max Mosley and Ron Dennis.
Along the way, he's ...

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Senna is most famously remembered for his success with McLaren, having earned all three of his world titles for the Woking-based team.
Following the Brazilian?s death at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, the Williams team that he was driving for at the time continued to carry his name and famous Senna-S on the nose of its car.
However, ahead of the 2022 season, Williams elected to remove the ...

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The repainted former McLaren show car has been transformed as part of an art project called ?Senna Now?.
One side of the car is made up of three different iconic liveries from Senna?s F1 career ? the black-and-gold of Lotus, the Rothmans Williams and Marlboro McLaren.
The other side of the car has been given over to a design by French street artist Jisbar, who has taken inspiration ...

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