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The F1 Magazine - Senna 20th anniversary special

With the 20th anniversary of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna's deaths having just passed, we at The F1 Magazine, have put together a special episode in tribute to the two racers. We went back to Imola, Italy with 25,000 fans and some current and past F1 drivers to remember and pay tribute in their memory. Join us on our trip back in history as Gerhard Berger, Kimi Raikkonen and Keith Sutton talk about their memories of Ayrton and Roland. During the video, messages from his fans, fellow drivers and employers will appear, however we couldn't incorporate them all due to vast number. So please click the below image to see them all.
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