Ayrton Senna’s victory at the 1993 European Grand Prix at Donington is still regarded by many as being the greatest of his 41 race wins.
Raced with the mighty Williams FW15C, Senna’s underpowered McLaren was no match for its main rivals in the dry, but appalling Easter weather proved the great equaliser to allow the Brazilian to drive on the of the opening laps of his life to take a lead he would never surrender…
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