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Ayrton Senna – Remembered by Ron Dennis the man who new him best

Ayrton Senna – Remembered by Ron Dennis the man who new him best 30 April, 2014 The one man in Formula 1 who knew Ayrton Senna best of all was McLaren CEO Ron Dennis. Ron signed Ayrton to McLaren in the summer of 1987, and worked closely with him until Senna left the team at the end of 1993. Together, they racked up three drivers’ championships and 35 grand prix wins. In fact, Ayrton won more than one in three of his races for McLaren, having driven for the team in 96 grands prix. Ron last spoke candidly about his relationship with Ayrton more than 10 years ago – on the 10th anniversary of Senna’s death; now, he breaks his silence once again in order to commemorate the 20th...
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