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This posted with subs anywhere?Can't understand half of it so far.
Thank you. For reminding me. For the link.I was lucky. I saw him race FF and F3 as a kid and in F1 as well. It was in F3 that I became a real 'fan'.Nice to be reminded of how long I've had this passion this week.And this weekend I will be at Albert Park, Melbourne (pit wall helping a mate in GT Championship for the support races and pit roof having scammed a pass for the F1's).And the following weekend I'll be racing my own, slightly more modest, car at Bathurst.... a track I know Ayrton would have loved.Thanks again.
I watched this video last time you posted it, but thoroughly enjoyed watching it for a second time. I don't know Portugeuse, but you almost know what they're saying. Very well done, lovely music as well.
Brings some great and sad memories.I've never been such a big Fan or inspired by anyone in motorsports to the same level as Ayrton...A true hero and role model..
Love your site guys... but to be fair there are a couple of things I would have added to this documentary:1) Subtitles for the large slabs or Portugeuse.2) The video of Senna's famous Donnington lap.3) Bikini shots of Adriane Galisteau...