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Ayrton Senna – Adrian Newey speaks about the crash that killed the legend

Ayrton Senna – Adrian Newey speaks about the crash that killed the legend 30 April, 2014 This report was first published by Grand Prix 247 on 1 May 2012. Last year, around this time, Adrian Newey for the first time publicly revealed his emotions and the deep felt trauma surrounding Ayrton Senna's death, 18 years ago at Imola, while driving one of the cars designed by Newey, saying that the tragedy changed his life forever – the F1 design genius recalled the dark period in the aftermath of the accident that robbed F1 of it's favourite superstar. Speaking to the Guardian, Newey – the architect of the Williams FW16 – revealed that he was physically affected in the...
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