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Todt rejected Senna's advances for move to Ferrari

Ex-Ferrari boss, Jean Todt, has revealed he rejected Ayrton Senna's advances to join the team ahead of the 1994 season. Senna to Ferrari will always feature prominently on any ‘dream Formula 1 moves that never happened' list, but it did come relatively close to happening when Senna, a then three-time World Champion and on course to finish runner-up in 1993 to his one-time arch rival Alain Prost, expressed a firm interest in joining the Prancing Horse. Todt, who was Ferrari boss at the time, explained in a recent interview with beIN Sports that the move could not happen simply because he wanted to honour the contracts given to Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger for the 1994 campaign. 'A...
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