Senna looks at the life of the late Brazilian Formula 1 superstar

Charleston City Paper | September 8, 2011
Race car drivers, we know, go very, very fast, but rarely with the thoughtfulness and integrity shown by Brazilian Formula 1 superstar Ayrton Senna. In the ultra competitive speed-freak world of car racing, it seems slightly out of the norm for a racer to regularly consult with God mid-race. Then again, very little about the driver, who died from a racing injury in 1994, suggests he was run-of-the-mill. The documentary Senna makes a convincing case for the spirit the three-time Formula 1 world champion brought to the sport.

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