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Published on Oct 19, 2007
On 1 May 1994, Ayrton Senna, the most gifted race car driver in history, died after a horrifying accident at the San Marino GP in Imola. His death stunned a generation of racing fans for whom Sundays have never been the same ever since. For years, an entire nation mourned the fall of its beloved hero who gave millions of Brazilians self-respect and dignity. When consciously ignoring Western arrogance and acting as if he belonged where he was, Senna became so much more than a race car driver to his people.