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Senna left no stone unturned, says Mansell

– Nigel Mansell has said Ayrton Senna was his 'toughest rival' and will be remembered as a 'true thoroughbred racer'. Speaking to BBC Sport on the 20th anniversary of the Brazilian's death and as part of a Radio 5 live programme - 'The Day Senna Died', Mansell said: "Ayrton was our toughest rival and a true thoroughbred racer. He would leave no stone unturned to get the utmost out of his car and his team." "In the 1980s, I was blessed to drive against so many great drivers but Ayrton certainly stood out most among them," Mansell added. "In the beginning, we were great enemies," continued the 1992 Formula 1 World Champion. "He wanted to win at all...
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