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 on one day, the legendary Ayrton Senna managed to defy physics, exceed the limits and, until a certain point at least, lived to tell us about it. That was in 1989 at Monaco, the most difficult and challenging course on the F1 calendar. This video takes you on board with the fateful champ as he raced for pole, and took it away from Ferrari's Alain Prost.[Source: YouTube}