What was the hidden strength behind Ayrton Senna's great successes? The speed, the talent, the maniacal perfectionism? What is the talent that has allowed him not only to win many races but above all to enter the hearts of the people and all racing fans?
Senna was the last F1 driver who enjoyed a cross-party cheering: he was applauded by his fans as well as by the opposing Ferrari fans. As always happens in sport, his records were also beaten after his death: first by Schumacher, then by Hamilton.
Yet whenever someone tries to draw up the ranking of the best driver ever in F1 history, the name of Senna is always there: among the first on the list.
Why was he so special?
In this book, a seasoned racing journalist who knew Ayrton well from the start of his career and followed him through the years of Formula One that built his legend, tries to tell what was truly magical about his head and foot. the Brazilian driver.
The beauty is that Senna's secret has not remained an unanswered question for long: Driven to perfection, devoted to perfection, his personal motto, is the explanation that, among other things, Senna exhibited, printed in large characters, on the t-shirt he wore under his suit ...
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