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    Senna out, Karthikeyan in at Hispania Racing Team for 2011

    How the mighty have fallen. But when they do, someone else invariably needs to fill their shoes. And so comes two parallel developments from the lower rungs of the Formula One ladder. In one corner we have Bruno Senna, the highly-anticipated nephew of the late great Ayrton Senna. The young ...

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    Video: Japanese trailer for Ayrton Senna documentary

    Ayrton Senna biopic trailer – Click above to watch video after the jump
    Ayrton Senna da Silva was born on March 21, 1960. To our knowledge, he won his first competition when he cut his umbilical cord before his doctor could. In reality, he began his karting career at age 13. He jumped to ...

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    Video: Get your F1 fix during the break with 30 of the sport's greatest on-track battles

    Thirty of the greatest Formula One battles since 1935 – Click above to watch the video after the jump
    The second worst part of the Formula One season is right now during the summer break when F1 fans have to endure four weeks of no racing. We've made it this far and have but a week to go ...

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    Book Review: Legendary Race Cars by Basem Wasef [w/VIDEO]

    Maserati 8CM number 3011 from Legendary Race Cars - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Confused as to what to do with all the Barnes & Nobles and gift cards your in-laws pelted you with this Holiday season? Be confused no more! Legendary Race Cars is the book every pistonhead ...

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    Bruno Senna to race in F1 next season with Campos Meta 1

    The past few years in Formula One have seen an unprecedented return of legendary family names to the sport: names like Villeneuve, Piquet and Rosberg. But the most hyped scion of racing fame has been Bruno Senna. The nephew of the late, great Ayrton Senna was rated highly by his world-champion ...

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    Ayrton's nephew Bruno Senna up for F1 race seat next season?

    Ayrton Senna is often regarded as the best racing driver that ever lived. But when he left McLaren – the team with which he won three World Championships – at the end of the 1993 season, he reportedly declared, "If you think I'm good, just wait until you see my nephew Bruno." That's ...

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    REPORT: Ayrton Senna documentary starts rolling

    Truly great racing films are few and far between. Steve McQueen was responsible for more than his fair share, Grand Prix has its charm, and we're sure there'll be plenty more classics mentioned in our comments section below. But the pantheon of motorsport pictures is set to grow over the course of ...

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    Senna chrono goes stealth

    F1-themed watches tend to be very big, very shiny and named after a current F1 driver, or at least one living. The Hubolt Big Bang Ayrton Senna All Black Rattrapante fits just one of those categories, and we'll give you a clue: it's not the bling and it's not the pilot. The exclusive chronograph ...

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    200 historic F1 cars head to Donington for GPLive

    In the United States, racing fans get one chance a year to see F1 cars in action at the US Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Those willing to trek over the border get another shot at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, each pitting a couple dozen current Formula One single-seaters against each other in ...

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    VIDEO: Clash of the Titans - Stewart interviews Senna

    Formula One drivers get interviewed all the time, so their media skills have to be as honed as their driving aptitude. But it's not often you see one of the greatest, most legendary drivers of all time being interviewed by another one of the greatest, most legendary drivers of all time. The few ...

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    Autoblog Night Watch: Senna exceeds the limits at Monaco '89

    Racing is all about limits. Finding the very extreme to which the driver, the car, the tires and every other factor can be pushed. Come too short of it and come short of competition. Go past it and wear out the car, crash, or worse. Every racing driver studies the limits and pushes them, but ...

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    VIDEO: Ayrton Senna laps Suzuka in an NSX

    With superfast Imprezas and Skylines galore, Japan has produced some impressive performance cars, but only one bonafide supercar: the NSX. Honda developed the groundbreaking all-aluminum exotic with input from the legendary (and tragically short-lived) three-time F1 champ Ayrton Senna, who drove ...


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