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Often in peoples lives an event can happen that is forever remembered as one of the most important Be it a family story or something that has absolutely nothing to do with the person the event is deeply engraved in the individuals mind and will always stay with him or her This happened when I was twelve years old I have been a car-racing fan since the age of nine and ever since I started getting into the world of the Formula 1 World Championship one driver started capturing my attention more and more His name was Ayrton Senna of Brazil A three-time World Champion whom I saw in 1994 after two seasons of driving for the same mediocre team while still managing to win a few races poised to win his fourth title driving for the best team in the sport Williams-Renault Even after crashing in the first two races of the season everybody including me saw him as the main contender Then came the third race of the season in a little country of San Marino in the small city of Imola The racing weekend started off on April 29th 1994 on a very sour note During free practice the Jordan of the new Formula 1 star Rubens Barrichello crashed at a speed close to 150 miles per hour slamming headfirst into a wall of tires The driver was knocked unconscious and transported to a hospital where Senna his countryman was the first person Rubens saw when he came to Next day during the qualifying session a promising Austrian driver Roland Ratzenberger was killed when a wing on his Simtek ripped off on a speed of about 170 miles per hour The car then hit a concrete wall Roland suffering extensive damage to his head He died on the spot forcing Senna to say to a friend and rival of his Frenchman Alain Prost that if he could avoid racing the next
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