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Back in stock, 'Ayrton Senna: Through My Eye' Paul-Henri Cahier book - get your copy now thanks to our good friends at Grand Prix Legends...

Once again, Crash.net has teamed up with our good friends at Grand Prix Legends, this time to bring you the chance to get your hands on a great book called, 'Ayrton Senna: Through My Eye'.

This is an 'insightful masterpiece' that allows the observer to get a rare glimpse inside the life of the racing phenomenon that was Ayrton Senna.

Paul-Henri Cahier has done an outstanding job capturing the essence, the emotion and the passion of the Brazilian's life during his F1 career. The book combines stunning photographs and brilliant writing and is perfect for those who appreciate fine photography, are motorsport fans, or want to add to their Senna collection. This is a definite must-have.

To buy your copy - CLICK HERE, but don't delay as it is expected to sell out very quickly, especially as Grand Prix Legends are one of the only sellers in the UK with stock.

So, what are you waiting for?

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1993 Formula One World Championship. Ayrton Senna (BR), Marlboro McLaren MP4/8. Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne, 7th November 1993.
Ayrton Senna (BR), Honda Marlboro McLaren. 1992 Formula One World Championship.
Ayrton Senna (BR), Honda Marlboro McLaren, indicates to his mechanics to fire up the car in order to take to the track for qualifying. Brazilian Grand Prix, 05/04/1992, Interlagos, Brazil.
Ayrton Senna (BR), Rothmans Williams Renault FW16, on his qualifying run. San Marino Grand Prix, 01/05/1994, Imola, Italy.
Ayrton Senna (BR), Marlboro McLaren. South African Grand Prix, 14/03/1993, Kyalami, South Africa.
‘Ayrton Senna: Through My Eye’ Paul-Henri Cahier book cover

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