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To be honest they had a good thing going... shouldn't have let Senna go if the team was a bit more professional. I'm pretty sure this wouldn't have happened in the 80's Williams Team.
Should the new driver not be managed by one of the team's managers, Senna would have kept his seat (and rightfully so) allowing the team to have a consistent point scorer (Senna) and one driver that likes to take a lot of risks. A lot of the time a lot more risks than he should but he's still learning... Ideally, they'd even give Senna the all 100% seat time (enough with missing Free Practices, it's just a bad idea altogether. No one wins except the driver stepping in and he doesn't score points).
That line-up, allied with an extra year of experience for both riders, would have to be better than putting a fresh face in there and then having to go through everything again.