Ayrton Senna is one of the best, if not the best driver ever. This legend is still adored by many, but sadly, he passed away during the San Marino Grand Prix at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Italy on May 1, 1994. This is probably one of the most tragic moments in motorsports history.
Filmmaker Robbert Alblas from the Netherlands decided to make a short film to honor the legend and his famous vehicle, first- generation Acura NSX.
During the development of the car, Ayrton Senna was asked to help with the tuning, which he accepted gladly. The final result was an astonishing driving machine.
It was because of Senna the NSX became one of the finest cars. His request was to fine tune suspension and stiffen the chassis a little bit more.
A beautifully designed car with one of the best drivers was a recipe for success. Senna drove aggressively on every track, including the Nurburgring.
Take a look at a short filmed “Senna’s Legacy – The NSX”. Although it lasts only 3 minutes and 24 seconds it won’t leave you listless. It doesn’t have a narrator because it doesn’t need one. Furthermore, the music is perfect. We won’t spoil it for you, just watch it yourself.