The San Marino Grand Prix, 1994: one of the blackest race meetings in Formula One history. The motor-racing world was plunged into mourning that early summer’s weekend as Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna both tragically lost their lives.
For me, that weekend remains the only vivid recollection I have from when I first started watching the sport, the only memory that stands out in sharp relief against what is otherwise nothing but a blur of pictures and colour.
I first started watching Formula One in 1994. When I say I started watching it, I mean I sat around staring at the television screen while my dad, a huge sports fan, watched the races.
I would love to say I was blown away by...
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