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Ayrton Senna's Life

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Oscar Nadal

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Ayrton Senna's Life
Ayrton Senna da Silva was born in Brazil , March 21, 1960 was an outstanding Formula 1 driver.
Won the F1 Championship 3 times.
Began to drive at age of 4 on a kart.
His first race was at age of 8.
F1 Career
He race for :
Toleman('84)
Lotus('85-'87)
McLaren('88-'93)
Williams('94)

He hold several records in the sport, as the most pole positions, only surpassed by Michael Schumacher in 2006.
Contribution to the Society
He founded the Institute Ayrton Senna.
It helps disadvantaged children in Brazil with:
Education
Sports
Health
Environmental
His motto was : " everyone has the potential to be a winner ."
Death
Ayrton Senna died during the Grand Prix of San Marino 1994 at Imola on May 1
A problem in the steering wheel.
Tamburello curve Senna lose control drop the steering wheel due to the breakdown of the Steering column , hit the wall at 200 KM/H.
He die a few hours later.
Michael Schumacher won the race.
Legacy
Many safety improvements were made in the sport following Senna's and Ratzenberger's deaths.
Improved crash barriers
Redesigned tracks
Higher crash safety standards
Major cuts to engine power
The Tamburello corner and other parts of the Imola circuit were altered for 1995

Since Senna's death, there has not been more fatalities in the F1.
Presented by
Marcell Santana
and
Oscar Nadal

Early life and career
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