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enrico. the williams was by no way the inferior car! senna went there as he wanted the BEST car. and the williams was way ahead of the benetton at that stage.
had he not made the error, he would not have been hit by the suspension. unlike massa who was hit by a piece coming off another car.
there is minimal head protection in an f1 car, and if you want to call it luck, good or bad (massa/senna) then thats ok. but you cannot make luck! but you can minimise the chance of an accident.
ps stirling and the documentary did not state anything that was unknown. the suspension coming through the helmet was known from the first few seconds after the accident.