F1 » Autosport International to pay homage to Ayrton Senna


Tribute display at Autosport International to include four of Senna's most successful F1 cars, as well as some of the machinery that launched his international career.

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mark island - Unregistered

December 08, 2011 4:19 PM

Delighted to see that Ayrton is not forgotten, and I welcome any reminder, no matter how small,of the dazzling Brazilian genius - the drivers helmets in Brazil was a nice example of this, and the movie has surely helped to immortalise him.
I willl certainly visit the NEC to see this display !

Yirmin Snipe - Unregistered

December 08, 2011 4:24 PM

Is it really a nice gesture or just a commercial exploitation to make some money... If the show is free to the public then its a nice gesture if it cost to see it then its just exploitation of someones death and that is pretty darned pathetic.

no name - Unregistered

December 08, 2011 4:48 PM

@elijah thank god there is no mention of Hamilton. He doesn't deserve to be in the same category of Senna. Nobody does. Hey lulu remember, they are doing this for Senna and not you. Considering you seem to have a terrible identity crisis and think that you ARE Senna. Keep dreamin.

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