25 years after that tragic Sunday in Imola, the myth of Senna - the greatest of all, according to many - still continues, in this updated edition and with an exclusive interview, in the direction of immortality.
«Ayrton remained in the collective memory, as is commonly used to say, because he was enormous in talent and normal, very normal, in feelings. He wrote the final pages of his life dueling with a driver named Michael and surname Schumacher.
In this new millennium, a young gentleman raised as a child in the Senna myth - I'm talking about Lewis Hamilton - is attempting to break Schumi's records. I would add that Michael, in Mercedes, gave way to Hamilton at the end of 2012.
... This is not a biography of Ayrton Senna. In a quarter of a century, many have been published. And still others will be printed in the future. Rightly so.
But it was also right for me to tell the story of a friendship between a journalist and a racing driver. I'm the first one. And this is my witness. » (Leo Turrini)
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