“Being second is to be the first of the ones who lose.”
Ayrton Senna was one of the most dominant and influential drivers of Formula 1. For a lot of fans, his story has gone way beyond the track. In 1992, he impressed everyone when he stopped the car next to an opponent driver who got involved in a car accident. There were no other drivers to stop and leave their cars in order to help the victim. He has also caused a lot of controversies during his career, but he was always appreciated for his dedication. He passed away in a track accident in 1994. It is by far the saddest moment in the history of Formula 1.