Obviously, I believe I would have done a good job but you just don't know." Points, let alone race wins, are highly improbable for the Hispania driver for now although he maintains the same ambition of every driver on the grid — to be world champion. literally" this season and knows things are unlikely to change at the British Grand Prix, which he sees as his second home race of the season.
It was almost like she had a different crash to focus on with a better outcome, of course.
Motorsport is still dangerous and you could die doing it but look at Mark Webber's crash in Valencia.
The late, great Senna's tie to the place is forever sealed with the bodywork of his 1991 Mc Laren hanging on the wall.
It acted as a gathering point for the Senna clan when in Europe and, even after Senna's death, that remains the case today.
He crashed at 200mph, came to a stop, took off the steering wheel and walked off." Senna and Webber are polar opposites on the grid.