AYRTON


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AYRTONAdvance Your Rotary Technology Over Night (German)
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This was the home race for Ayrton, so it was a dream of mine to race in Sao Paulo when I was younger and I always feel his presence when I'm there," he said.
This was the home race for Ayrton, so it was a dream of mine to race in Sao Paulo when I was younger and I always feel his presence when I'm there," said Hamilton, who has spoken of "carrying the baton" for the Brazilian after surpassing his number of career wins and emulating him with a hat-trick of titles.
For me it was always to get the three that Ayrton had," said Hamilton.
After equalling Senna's tally of 41 career victories, the Briton said: "I am so happy right now and for me to come to a race where I used to love watching Ayrton drive and to match his wins - I can't really describe - it does not feel real at the moment.
He said: "I've always wanted to emulate Ayrton and I'm one race away from the amount of races he did and the amount he won.
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I never set out to get that goal, I always wanted to emulate Ayrton - that's what I wanted when I was a kid.
The aforementioned Ayrton Senna, in the opinion of many the greatest driver in the history of our sport, won 30 of the 44 grands prix that McLaren and Honda annexed together between 1988 and 1992.
Hamilton, who wore an Ayrton Senna design helmet during the 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix, said that people sometimes say that he has got an aggressive style, but that is not all just he himself as he feels it could be partly because he watched Senna when he had been a young kid and wanted to drive like the legend.
But Ayrton either refused to comment or answered it in his own tone.
The 3D-View reproduces the engine sound based on the analysis of actual data, including accelerator control, engine speed and vehicle speed, that was recorded when Ayrton Senna marked a then lap record at Suzuka Circuit during qualifying for the 1989 F1 Japan Grand Prix.
As Jones and Ayrton Todd jostled for third position the heavens suddenly opened and the race took on a new dynamic.