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McLaren boss Ron Dennis recalls Senna 20 years later

Twenty years after Ayrton Senna's tragic death, Ron Dennis still struggles to speak about the special bond he shared with the Formula One great. Dennis, whose McLaren cars took Senna to three Formula One world titles, rarely delves publicly into his memories of a man who 'was so good for the whole time he was on the planet.' Senna's death left Dennis devastated and the McLaren CEO still regards it as a private and complex affair, preferring to keep his emotions to himself. But as the 20th anniversary of Senna's passing is observed this week at the Imola track where he had his fatal crash on May 1, 1994, Dennis remembered one of the most fruitful collaborations in the history of the sport....
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