on November 14, 1998
A lavish, pictorial ode to the fallen 3-time World Champion, Ivan Rendall's book is the most stylish of all those devoted to the magnificent Brazilian. Like most, this one starts with the "Black Weekend" of Imola 1994, but spends as much time exploring Senna the man as Senna the F1 driver. It also features a foreword by Sterling Moss in which the great Briton declares, emphatically, "The word 'genius' is used rather carelessly these days; but a genius is what he was." A hard-to-find book, but well worth the effort!