Graham Hill Reviews New Senna Movie

Wednesday, 8. June 2011

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Defending champion Ayrton Senna won a second c...

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This is a first in the 6 or more years that I’ve been sending out newsletters, it’s Graham Hill’s film review. Yep, you read it correctly I’m reviewing a film for all you petrol heads and F1 fans. The film is about triple world champion Senna, the name of the film. It has been incredibly made and puts Senna in a somewhat different light to the animal I seem to recall as an F1 fanatic all my life, how couldn’t I be with a name like mine? It is an absolute must see film, dramatic, sad and exciting with clear evidence of the intense rivalry between Prost and Senna. F1 continues to be as political today as it was when Senna was racing and the increased money involved has led to corruption over the years but it’s still one of the most watched sports in the world and if you are at all interested this is a must see film.

I have to say that having seen how passionate a believer Senna was in God it was hard to reconcile his early demise with his belief but at the very end his purpose became clear. Whilst he had a huge following in his home country of Brazil and his racing gave many young children hope, the Ayrton Senna Foundation, set up by his sister has now educated over 12 million children.

What greater legacy than that of education in a country that now has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Prost was not only a pall bearer at the funeral but is also a trustee of the foundation. Get yourself down to the pictures and enjoy the thoroughly absorbing 2 hours. Have you seen it? What did you think? By Graham Hill

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