Ayrton Senna – His simple grave a constant magnet for fans 20 years on 30 April, 2014 The last resting place of Brazil's most charismatic Formula 1 champion is marked by a brass plaque on a circular lawn, surrounded by almost identical plaques laid into the ground.
There is no headstone and just a handful of flowers in plastic pots. The only indication someone special lies there is the reverential stream of pilgrims who regularly stand over it.
'I come here every week or so,' said Joao Antonio Castro, a car mechanic and salesman. 'We still miss him terribly. That timid way of his, that desire he had to win, it captured us all. There was no one like him.'
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