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On this day 20 years ago Ayrton Senna won his very last GP



Formula One World ChampionshipAyrton Senna was a Brazilian racing driver, who won three Formula One world championships. He was killed in an accident while leading the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. He remains the last driver death in Formula One world championship.

The final round of 1993 Formula One season, Ayrton Senna finished his six-year spell with McLaren. Other vital thing it was his only pole position of the 1993 season and also this pole Senna took his first pole position since the 1992 Canadian Grand Prix. Senna made a successive victory from pole, from Alain Prost by nine seconds for 1993 Australian Grand Prix.

1993 Australian Grand Prix Qualifying Results

18Ayrton SennaMcLaren-Ford1:13.3711:14.779—
22Alain ProstWilliams-Renault1:13.8071:14.595+0.436
30Damon HillWilliams-Renault1:14.7211:13.826+0.455
45Michael SchumacherBenetton-Ford1:14.0981:14.494+0.727
57Mika HäkkinenMcLaren-Ford1:14.1061:14.596+0.735
628Gerhard BergerFerrari1:14.194—+0.823
727Jean AlesiFerrari1:15.3321:15.619+1.961
825Martin BrundleLigier-Renault1:16.0221:16.710+2.651
96Riccardo PatreseBenetton-Ford1:16.0771:21.076+2.706
1010Aguri SuzukiFootwork-Mugen-Honda1:16.0791:16.567+2.708
1129Karl WendlingerSauber1:16.1061:17.132+2.735
1230JJ LehtoSauber1:16.2861:17.118+2.915
1314Rubens BarrichelloJordan-Hart1:16.4591:16.723+3.088
1426Mark BlundellLigier-Renault1:16.8621:16.469+3.098
154Andrea de CesarisTyrrell-Yamaha1:17.3501:16.892+3.521
1624Pierluigi MartiniMinardi-Ford1:16.9051:17.816+3.534
179Derek WarwickFootwork-Mugen-Honda—1:16.919+3.548
183Ukyo KatayamaTyrrell-Yamaha1:17.0181:18.406+3.647
1915Eddie IrvineJordan-Hart1:19.7331:17.341+3.970
2012Johnny HerbertLotus-Ford1:17.6121:17.450+4.079
2120Érik ComasLarrousse-Lamborghini1:17.7501:17.815+4.379
2223Jean-Marc GounonMinardi-Ford1:17.7541:18.035+4.383
2311Pedro LamyLotus-Ford1:19.6281:19.369+5.998
2419Toshio SuzukiLarrousse-Lamborghini1:21.7931:23.167+8.422

1993 Australian Grand Prix Race Results

18Ayrton SennaMcLaren-Ford791:43:27.476110
22Alain ProstWilliams-Renault79+9.25926
30Damon HillWilliams-Renault79+33.90234
427Jean AlesiFerrari78+1 Lap73
528Gerhard BergerFerrari78+1 Lap62
625Martin BrundleLigier-Renault78+1 Lap81
710Aguri SuzukiFootwork-Mugen-Honda78+1 Lap10 
86Riccardo PatreseBenetton-Ford77Fuel system9 
926Mark BlundellLigier-Renault77+2 Laps14 
109Derek WarwickFootwork-Mugen-Honda77+2 Laps17 
1114Rubens BarrichelloJordan-Hart76+3 Laps13 
1220Érik ComasLarrousse-Lamborghini76+3 Laps21 
134Andrea de CesarisTyrrell-Yamaha75+4 Laps15 
1419Toshio SuzukiLarrousse-Lamborghini74+5 Laps24 
1529Karl WendlingerSauber73Brakes11 
Ret30JJ LehtoSauber56Accident12 
Ret23Jean-Marc GounonMinardi-Ford34Spun off22 
Ret7Mika HäkkinenMcLaren-Ford28Brakes5 
Ret5Michael SchumacherBenetton-Ford19Engine4 
Ret3Ukyo KatayamaTyrrell-Yamaha11Spun off18 
Ret15Eddie IrvineJordan-Hart10Accident19 
Ret12Johnny HerbertLotus-Ford9Suspension20 
Ret24Pierluigi MartiniMinardi-Ford5Gearbox16 
Ret11Pedro LamyLotus-Ford0Accident23 

Senna holds the following Formula One records:

Most wins leading throughout a GP19 (1 in 1985, 5 in 1988, 5 in 1989, 3 in 1990 and 5 in 1991)
Most consecutive pole positions8 (between 1988 Spanish Grand Prix and 1989 United States Grand Prix)
Most consecutive front row starts24 (between 1988 German Grand Prix and 1989 Australian Grand Prix)
Most consecutive wins at the same Grand Prix5 wins in a row at the Monaco Grand Prix (1989–1993)
Most pole positions at the same Grand Prix8 at the San Marino Grand Prix (1985-1991, 1994)
Most consecutive pole positions at the same Grand Prix7 at the San Marino Grand Prix, from 1985 to 1991
Most wins leading throughout a GP in a season5 (achieved this in 1988, 1989 and 1991
Highest percentage of front row starts in a season100% (in 1989)

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