There have been many battles in the world of Formula One, such as Lauda and Hunt and Stewart and Hill, but there is one rivalry that has been the most talked about and stood head and shoulders about the rest.
The rivalry between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost gained momentum from the moment the young Brazilian took second place in the uncompetitive Toleman-Hart TG184 behind the “Professor” back in 1984 during a very wet Monaco Grand Prix.
This was a sign that this young and hungry talent was one to look out for, and after three years with the Lotus team, he was set to make it to the very top. He could make a car dance on the ragged edge, and showed incredible motivation and spirit to...
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