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    Há ainda o filme "(Ayrton Senna) Racing Is In My Blood" ( Foi feito antes da sua morte)

    É a biografia oficial.

    É da Duke Video


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    Para mim será sempre o maior piloto de todos os tempos.
    Para os fâs, era quase como um irmão que aos Domingos nos fazia acreditar que era sempre possível.
    Lembro-me bem desse dia 1 de Maio de 1994 e nunca quis acreditar que havia morrido, houve algumas informações contraditórias logo na altura, a dizerem que o tinham visto mexer....no fim da tarde já mais nada havia a dizer, estava morto.
    Não digo que a F1 tenha morrido com ele, mas o entusiasmo nunca mais será o mesmo.

    Até sempre campeão!

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    http://www.roland-ratzenberger.com/i...=career&page=8

    Aproveito este espaço para deixar a minha homenagem e fazer referencia , a um piloto mto pouco conhecido, mas que estava na F1 por gosto!
    Até sempre Roland Ratzenberger

    Roland Ratzenberger


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    In: http://www.ayrton-senna.com/s-files/picsf01.html

    The blow was said to have crushed the front part of Senna's brain killing him instantly, although his heart and lungs continued to work assisted by a life-support machine, which was eventually turned off. The official time of Senna's death was therefore given as 14.17, although 'cardiac death' came at 18.40.

    It was reported that most likely part of the suspension, with the wheel still attached, speared through Senna's visor entering his skull. The picture below shows the helmet was certainly subject to forcible impact, but did this occur at the same time as the damage to the visor?


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    In:http://www.ayrton-senna.com/s-files/picsf01.html






    "Schumacher's Benetton about to straddle the stray bodywork. Look very carefully and you'll see that it has been flattened, suggesting that Senna's car has just run it over…" says the photo's caption.

    Has it ever been proved the object was bodywork? Has it ever been proved there was an object? If so, has anyone actually identified the object and/or its position?

    For obvious reasons F1 Racing's scoop is not fully reproduced here, but we feel 'duty-bound' to make the following observations --

    The article begins: "To the background of Italy's new-found legal correctness the Senna trial ground into motion."

    Why say it is 'new-found' the 'law of the land' is nothing NEW?

    "The public prosecutor, Maurizio Passarini, also declared that he would admit as evidence a photo taken by regular contributor to F1 Racing, Paul-Henri Cahier."

    Maurizio Passarini, aware of the photographs since the accident, said they were nothing new and not relevant to the cause of the crash.

    "F1 Racing's GP consultant Peter Windsor, pointed out that the bright colour - and location - of the bodywork could well have caused Senna to change slightly his trajectory into Tamburello - placing him on a series of bumps that he would have normally avoided."

    Well... At the trial Formula 1 driver Pierluigi Martini said: The bump effect was normal.

    Michele Alboreto said: Senna's shift to the right makes me think it was a mechanical failure. The bumps on the Imola track surface were minor and would not have forced Senna's car off the track.

    Re Senna's Williams: "And at this point, remember that the tyre pressures were down and it's tyre surface temperatures low."

    But were they? Reports stated Senna with a fully loaded car clocked 1 min 24.887sec on the sixth lap of the restarted race.

    Only two drivers bettered it - Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher and that was at the end of the San Marino Grand Prix.

    A feeble justification?
    "The F1 world in part seemed convinced that Windsor's article, which also uncovered Senna's habit of occasionally holding his breath for the opening lap of a race, had been 'placed' by the Williams team in order to bolster their defence."

    "Totally untrue," says Windsor. "I began to research the story in August last year, long before the trial dates were known, and always knew I would be unable to tap any sources I may have had at Williams."

    Theories involving 'breathing' and/or 'mediums' deserve no further comment...

    Press reports in June 1996 stated that Maurizio Passarini was asking for manslaughter charges to be brought.

    The Sunday Times newspaper stated that when they learnt of the pictures Cahier agreed to publication.

    So seemingly, it took from August 1996 until FOUR days before the start of the Senna trial on February 20 1997 for Peter Windsor's contribution: "Photograph explains riddle of Senna's Death" to be completed ...



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    In:http://www.ayrton-senna.com

    Tape doctored
    The in-car footage transmitted from Ayrton Senna's car was supplied by the Formula One Constructors Association (FOCA) to Williams Grand Prix Engineering in May 1994.

    Maurizio Passarini, the chief prosecutor in the Senna manslaughter trial, said he had asked for the pictures from Senna's car on May 9 1994 but the FOCA representatives claim that the request had been interpreted as 'shots of the impact' which did not exist.

    The videotape was finally received by the Italian authorities on September 9 1996, and the above image was the last shot shown.

    However, Maurizio Passarini has said he believes the tape had been doctored and that the final second of the in-car footage existed.

    Speaking to reporters outside the courtroom on May 14 1997, Passarini stated:

    "I am certain that the pictures supplied by the FOCA are not complete. Several details show this to be the case."

    In 1994 when the existence of the videotape was finally disclosed, TV experts privately expressed their scepticism at the way the pictures ended - the very moment that Senna's car starts to veer off the track at the Tamburello curve...

    The version initially shown on Brazil's TV Globo reportedly ended 12.8 seconds into Senna's fatal lap. The data from the cars computer memory is said to have indicated that the crash had occurred at 14.2 seconds, therefore 1.4 secs was missing. The video viewed in the courtroom on May 14 showed a gap of 0.9secs…


    FOCA threatens libel action
    "The film finished because our television director decided to cut to another shot", the FOCA claims, and they have asked the Italian authorities to consider prosecuting Passarini.

    The FOCA believes the statements made by Maurizio Passarini were defamatory and there is no evidence to prove his accusations.

    One moment in time
    Prosecution experts claim that there was fatigue-crack damage which had extended through 60% of the steering column.

    Williams' experts have now agreed the column was cracked, but they argue that only 21-40% of it was affected, so the steering would have remained operational.

    Further video evidence would show if Ayrton Senna spent his last moments fighting for the control of an uncontrollable car, or whether he already knew he was merely a passenger…




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    http://www.ayrton-senna.com/s-files/picsf01.html

    Trial verdict: Appeal lodged
    Chief prosecutor, Maurizio Passarini, has lodged an appeal against judge Antonio Costanzo's decision to acquit two of the defendants in the Senna trial, namely Patrick Head, technical director at Williams GP and Adrian Newey, former Williams chief designer.

    It was Passarini's opinion that Head and Newey were ultimately responsible for the bad design and workmanship of the steering column modifications carried out on Ayrton Senna's Williams-Renault. In his closing statement (at the trial) Passarini had asked that both Head and Newey receive one year suspended sentences.

    Although the judge stated that - It was the breaking of the modified steering column that caused Ayrton Senna's Williams-Renault to leave the track at the Tamburello curve - he had found both defendants 'Not Guilty'.

    1998/10/04


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    O melhor piloto de todos os tempos!

    Ate sempre Ayrton

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    http://www.ayrton-senna.com/s-files/picsf01.html
    Mais informações sobre o acidente

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    a emocao a raca o homem, senna sempre.

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    In http://www.118freerate.com/gpracing/...eports/394.cfm

    Prost wins under a cloud of controversy

    The winner today will not be the fastest man, but the one who makes the fewest mistakes"
    That was how Prost saw the race before taking his place on the grid and he never said a truer word. Nigel Mansell should have won this one while Senna, in only his seventh Grand Prix probably would have. In the end the chequered flag fell to Prost who managed to stay ahead as the race was stopped after just 31 laps.

    In one of the wettest races ever seen in the Principality Prost laid down the guantlet in qualifying with a stunning run to pole that edged out Mansell and Arnoux. Alain got the better start and was off into the distance as the field quickly thinned with spins and accidents. The two stars of the start were Senna and Bellof who were up to 9th and 11th respectively having started 13th and 20th on the grid. Mansell did his best to stay with Alain but the Frenchman managed to pull out before the end of the first lap.

    It took Nigel 10 laps to catch Prost finally taking him in the approaches to Mirabeau. He pulled away and led for five laps until his rear wheel caught the painted white lines. That sent him spinning off into the barriers and marked the end of his race. By lap 18 Senna was challenging Prost, having disposed of Lauda. Lauda's dislike for wet weather was certainly showing and the Brazilian was followed by Bellof just a few laps later. By lap 28 Senna was just 10 seconds adrift of Prost. By lap 31 he was only seven seconds behind and the Frenchman's brakes were beginning to trouble him. Everyone was anticipating a battle between the exciting new talents of Bellof and Senna but it was not to be as the red flags were brought out at the end of lap 31.

    The race director, former racer Jacky Ickx, became the centre of a political storm when confronted with the accusations that he had fixed the race for Prost. The 'evidence' involved a convoluted theory that connected the two men via their association with Porsche. True fans knew that Ickx, a renowned wet-weather expert himself, was too much of a competitor to fix races. Whatever the reasons the outcome remained the same although Senna had finally announced his arrival in a manner that few could ignore

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    Eurosport Senna & Ratzenberger Tribute

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMU2iwzuRsA

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyhHSXA-meU
    senna tribute 8m

    és o rei Senna !!!

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    Senna foi O Piloto!

    Os outros foram bons, médios maus, excelentes... Mas Senna foi O Piloto!

    Teria tanto para dizer mas se calhar já tudo foi dito..

    Ao melhor e maior de sempre,

    Obrigado por tudo, Ayrton



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    citação:Originalmente colocada por mário silva


    Senna foi O Piloto!

    Os outros foram bons, médios maus, excelentes... Mas Senna foi O Piloto!Teria tanto para dizer mas se
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    Eu não diria melhor! ;)

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    Por Defeito Senna o melhor

    ayrton senna foi votado como o mais veloz piloto de formula 1 de sempre,ficando á frente de schummi,fangio,prost e companhia!fonte:correio da manhã.

    ps:tambem é o meu favorito

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    Silverstone, 1993, 1ª volta.

    Um bom resumo do que é o Senna.

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    obrigado por muitas horas de prazer e rip

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por Kerosin Ver Post
    Silverstone, 1993, 1ª volta.

    Um bom resumo do que é o Senna.
    ...Querias dizer Donington...

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por Mont Ver Post
    ...Querias dizer Donington...
    claro que seria donington...

    fantastico...

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    No dia em que ele disse que ultrapassou o seu limite...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2KfCtTcG0k

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    Saudades..

    RIP :god:

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    Para mim também é e será sempre o melhor!
    Paz à sua alma.

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    Para mim a formula 1 morreu com ele.

    Agora é um mero passatempo!

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    o meu piloto favorito a par do grande Jim Clark!

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    Realmente foi uma perda enorme para a F1 a morte do Senna, quanto a ser o melhor acredito que o Shummacher foi (é) o melhor piloto de F1 de todos os tempos

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