He was born into a wealthy Brazilian family. He competed in 161 Grand Prix over ten years. And he took 64 Pole Positions, winning a massive 41 of them. He has been described as being charismatic, single-minded, and totally focused, as well as lauded by his peers as“an extraordinary driver, and an extraordinary person”. Aryton Senna was the idol for millions of Formula One fans, one of them being current champion Lewis Hamilton, who lists Senna alongside Alain Prost as his heroes. To so many of his fans and colleagues, he is remembered as one of the greatest Formula One champions of all time.
Rip Torn and Scott Cohen star in a family drama about a down on his luck race car driver with one dream left: to drive with the best. When a final chance comes his way, can he turn his life around before it’s too late?
Red Beard and his friends have a family friendly, fun time while they teach and go into detail on their builds. Red Beard started with basic go-karts in 2017 but has since added mini bikes, buggies, small engines, a bus, and a lot of fabrication. You're sure to find something that tickles your fancy.
From the days when his father would take him to watch Formula One greats Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, Lewis Hamilton dreamed of joining the ranks of his racing heroes. This he eventually did; becoming the youngest driver to ever pilot a F1 car, in 2007.Hamilton grew up in Hartfordshire, in the United Kingdom, where at the age of 7 he started racing radio-controlled cars for fun. He soon moved onto the more challenging Go-Karts; then Formula 3 cars, in which he won the British Championship. Hamilton was never shy of his talent. He approached McLaren boss Ron Dennis at the age of ten and told him he was one day going to drive a McLaren. Ron replied, “Wait nine years and I’ll see what I can do”
Officially labeled 'The greatest driver Formula One has ever seen', Schumacher has redefined this elite sport through his ability, dedication, media presence and appeal. The first German to ever win the Formula One World Championship, Michael Schumacher is revered and single-handedly credited with popularizing this sport in his country and beyond.This is an objective look at Schumacher's journey, and the ongoing impact of his contribution to Formula One.
The story of this victorious automobile could not be complete without a close-up look at the man who was most responsible for achieving its many elusive accolades during the Golden Age of Professional Sports Car Racing, Henri Chemin.
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