Third on this week’s return of the ‘My Greatest Race’ series, Bruno Senna looks back at the best race of his career.

When discussing the greatest races and best moments by different drivers and across numerous disciplines, sometimes deciding a definitive answer can be impossible to agree on. So we tried to settle any debates once and for all by getting the drivers themselves to answer one key question: What is your greatest race?

With 46 Formula 1 race starts to his name and 2017 LMP2 World Endurance Champion, Senna picks the race when he took the crowning glory in Monaco during his time in the GP2 Series.

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More news: Canadian GP officially postponed from 2020 F1 calendar

Canadian Grand Prix officials have confirmed the postponement of this year’s Formula 1 race scheduled for June 14.

Following the series of postponements and cancellations due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Canadian GP briefly held billing as the 2020 season opener until its organisers also called off the race from its original mid-June slot. It leaves the French Grand Prix as the new provisional opening round set for June 28, but that race increasingly looks under threat given the travel restrictions and current coronavirus measures in Europe.

The Canadian GP hasn’t been issued an automatic reschedule date yet, with F1 officials aiming to reshuffle the 2020 season once the coronavirus crisis eases. F1 CEO Chase Carey says he is targeting 15 to 18 races and starting the season when it is safe to do so.

 

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