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Saw the movie. Have seen the drivers back to Rindt and Clark. Dying was a good career move for Senna. He was fast and flashy, but couldn't beat Prost in the same equipment and only a *****ic system that dropped scores gifted him the title same as it did Surtees in '64, collisions or not! He prayed for rain, it did give him quite an edge. Funny how without it, he was imminently beatable.On that 1989 collision, Just thought I'd mention that Senna, had he won instead of being disqualified, he would have had to win the last race of the year as well and he did not, he crashe into Brundle instead, as was typical of his wrecklessness, so Prost the collision, For whic Senna was officially reprimanded, had no effect on the eventual outcome. Senna's ramming Prost in 1990 did affect the championship.