A special magazine celebrating the career of Formula 1 legend Ayrton Senna is now on sale.
Twenty-five years after his death in the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, Senna remains one of the giants of motorsport.
Autosport Media UK has launched a second edition of its 172-page special about his life, with new interviews and perspectives on the Brazilian hero.
Among those included are his arch rival Alain Prost, former team-mates Gerhard Berger and Damon Hill, and ex-team boss Ron Dennis, with whom Senna scored his three world championship crowns at McLaren.
All aspects of Senna’s amazing life are captured and interviews are reproduced from the Autosport archive, covering from his early days in British junior single-seater career right through to arguably his most famous season – battling against the odds in F1 in 1993.
There are also stories of his great cars, including the McLaren MP4/4 that dominated F1 in 1988, and a look at the safety changes his death brought to motorsport and the wider world.
The controversial elements of this complex character, such as Senna’s removal of Prost from the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix to secure the title, aren’t ignored either, providing a full picture of his impact on the sport.
Senna: champion, hero, legend is available in selected WHSmith stores and from autosport.com/senna.