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Montezemolo: Senna wanted to end career at Ferrari

Williams F1 Team Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo believes that Ayrton Senna wanted to end his Formula 1 career with Ferrari. Thursday marks the 20th anniversary of Senna's death at the San Marino Grand Prix but Montezemolo revealed that he had held discussions with the Brazilian over a move to the team just days before Senna's fatal accident. "He wanted to come to Ferrari and I wanted him in the team," said Montezemolo. "When he was in Italy for the San Marino Grand Prix, we met at my home in Bologna on Wednesday 27 April. He told me he really appreciated the stand we had taken against the excessive use of electronic aids for driving, which didn’t allow a driver’s...
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