Letter: Death of Senna

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The Independent Online
Sir: I wonder if I am alone in feeling not only great sadness at Ayrton Senna's death, but impotent rage at the decision to continue with the race afterwards. After four major accidents, including a death, and with the best driver in the world comatose (at the time), it was impossible to judge that there was no inherent problem with either the road or the cars. This callousness endangered the lives of all the drivers and trackside spectators.

Yours sincerely,

IAN GENT

Edinburgh

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