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Mosley pays tribute to the legacy of Senna

Ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna, Max Mosley claims the horror of Imola resulted in a legacy which has benefited us all.While some felt the sport over-reacted following the Imola weekend which saw the deaths of Senna and Roland Ratzenberger, not to mention serious incidents involving Rubens Barrichello and Michele Alboreto, even claiming that some of the responses were 'knee jerk', there is no doubting that a number of F1 drivers have good reason to be thankful, having walked away from accidents over the last twenty years following crashes which previously would have ended their careers or worse.The man responsible for spearheading many of the initiatives is...
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