To celebrate the Australian release of Asif Kapadia’s award-winning SENNA documentary on DVD and Blu-Ray, we have teamed up with our friends at NBC Universal Australia to give away ten BluRay copies of SENNA to our readers!
SENNA celebrates the life of Formula 1’s most iconic and revered Formula 1 driver, whose life was tragically cut short at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix when he was still at the peak of his powers.
Using a wealth of exclusive interviews and previously unseen archive footage, SENNA charts the great Brazilian’s life, exploring both the man and the myth to deliver audiences with a spellbinding portrait of this deeply complex man.
Our giveaway pays homage to SENNA’s iconic slip cover and movie poster. All you have to do is correctly identify the eyes belonging to six of Senna’s Formula 1 contemporaries below:
And to help you, we’re going to give you a few clues:
Picture 1: The flamboyant French-Sicilian who reignited the famous #27 legacy
Picture 2: Nicknamed ‘Le Professeur’, he was Senna’s fiercest rival
Picture 3: A stalwart with Leyton House, his 1992 stint at Ferrari killed his career
Picture 4: Always quick, always moaning, he owned a particularly famous moustache
Picture 5: He was the darling of Brazil, until Senna came along…
Picture 6: Serial prankster, he described his time with Senna as ‘the James Bond years’
Simply email us your answer along with your full name a postal address before 11:59PM AEDST Wednesday 7 December to be in the draw. Ten entries with the correct answers will be randomly selected as our winners of this fantastic prize!
The giveaway is open to all Australian readers, and any of our international readers who can provide us with an Australian mailing address. Click here for the full terms and conditions of entry.
[Collage created using images via The Cahier Archive]
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