Letter: Death of Senna

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The Independent Online
Sir: Twelve years ago I went to Brazil as an immature man. They taught me about women, living life, and that a man should express his emotions.

At the time they told me to look out for a new racing driver. His name was Ayrton Senna. They said he would be a great driver one day. And so it was.

When I heard Ayrton Senna had been killed I immediately called my friends in Sao Paulo. They said that all Brazil was crying.

All I could say was that in England we felt the deepest sympathy for Ayrton Senna's family, friends and for all the Brazilian people.

Yours faithfully,


Gomshall, Surrey