The Ayrton Senna Institute Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of Senna’s F1 Debut with a Video Tribute
The Ayrton Senna Institute non-profit organisation has released a video celebrating the 30th anniversary of Senna’s F1 debut.
Senna entered F1 racing with a Toleman team in 1984. He made his GP debut on 25 March, at the Brazil GP held at the Jacarepaguá Circuit (Rio de Janeiro) in his home country. Unfortunately he was plagued with problems with the turbocharger on his car and did not finish the race, but it was a commemorative moment where his fighting effort away from his home country in Formula Ford and the British F3 finally paid off.
As announced earlier, the PlayStation®3 exclusive “Gran Turismo 6” software is in a partnership with the Ayrton Senna Institute, and will be releasing content relating to Senna hereafter.
Furthermore, we will proudly continue to support and share the work of the Ayrton Senna Institute on the official gran-turismo.com website.