Now I'll be the first to admit I am not the most avid racing fan.
I greatly appreciate the talent and remarkable skill it takes to get into a lightweight rocket and propel yourself at ungodly speeds to get that checkered flag. But, I am not a geek that's going to tell you about the aerodynamic changes being imposed for 2014 and how that's bullsh...
I have a girlfriend.
Anyway, everyone looks to the legendary career of Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna of an example of much success and unfortunate tragedy. And while many people focus on his later years, Evo Magazine decided to do something different and look back to when the then "relatively unknown" rookie beat out his competition at the 1984 Nurburgring one-make race in a Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16.
Being that it was a race that essentially showcased one's talents instead of the multitude of variables in other forms of racing, some see this as the pivotal point in Senna's career.
**Check out the video clip below...
Nick Trott and Mike Duff discuss the story of Ayrton Senna's legendary win in the Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 race at the Nurburgring GP circuit in 1984 - and how it inspired Mike to buy his own 190E.