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Ayrton Senna

AYRTON SENNA d1994. Legendary Brazilian racing driver and triple Formula 1 World Champion in 1988 / 1990 and 1991 with McLaren. 162 Races / 65 Poles / 41 Wins / 80 Podiums. During his GP career he became an International superstar, renowned for his ruthlessness and extraordinary driving skill, especially in wet conditions. He is widely regarded to be one of the motor-racing greats of all time. He was sadly killed (aged just 34) on May 1st 1994 during the San Marino GP ; controversy still reigns concerning the actual causes of death and the events of that fateful day. A Brazilian national hero, he received a state funeral attended by a million people with three days of official mourning

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Ayrton Senna

Reference number:

12454
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Description:

A rare original 1988 cutting from a Formula 1 programme page, clearly signed in ballpoint by Ayrton Senna

 

Certification:

On a cutting from a 1988 F1 programe page. In 1988 Senna drove for McLaren alongside fierce rival Alain Prost. He finished the season with 13 poles positions / 8 GP wins and as the F1 World Champion. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

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15x12cm Programme Page

 

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Average-Good. View Images

Ayrton Senna

Reference number:

7527
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A rare 1986 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoint by Ayrton Senna.

A rare opportunity to purchase one of motor-racings most desirable autographs with detailed history

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From the autograph book of Dylan K who attended and had access to the paddock area at The British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, held over the weekend of the 12-13th July 1986. The book contained the signatures of the majority of the most notable drivers on the GP Grid. It was the ninth race of the 1986 season and became the last British GP race ever held at Brands Hatch (from 1987 onwards the event moved to Silverstone). This race was notable for a first lap pile-up (involving Jacques Lafitte) which ended with a significant number of cars blocking the track entirely. The race was stopped without any drivers completing a single lap and was restarted over an hour later as Laffite had to be airlifted to hospital and the race could not be restarted without the medical helicopter in attendance. This was fortunate for Nigel Mansell whose Williams-Honda had suffered a driveshaft failure at the first start ; he was then allowed to restart as no full lap had been completed. Lucky also for Mansell was the fact that the spare Williams was his team-mate (Piquet's) for the weekend and they had the time to change the settings on it to suit him. Mansell then went on to win against a much-depleted grid in the spare car. He defeated Piquet in a straight fight, leading the Brazilian home by 5.574 seconds, much to the delight of the 110,000+ crowd in attendance. Reigning World Champion Alain Prost finished 3rd in his McLaren-Tag, one lap down on the Williams pair. We will include two original polaroid photographs taken on track on the day itself to support the provenance of this autograph. Ayrton Senna retired his Lotus 98T on Lap 27 with gearbox problems. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Ayrton Senna

Reference number:

4547
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An original Audi dealer Convention programme card, clearly signed and dated 94 in black marker by Ayrton Senna 

A rare opportunity to acquire an extraordinary item of memorabilia with very detailed history signed just four days before his tragic death.

Certification:

Obtained at Audi Munich on April 27th 1994. Senna attended the secret event for dealer principals only for the unveiling of the revolutionary aluminium Audi A8 , as his company had an agreement to import the vehicles into Brazil. There is a letter included from the original obtainer detailing his memory of meeting Senna. Also included is a very detailed print out that confirms this event as part of the history of the last week of Sennas life. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

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