Gallery: All of Ayrton Senna's F1 race wins

On this day in 1984, Ayrton Senna made his Formula 1 debut at the wheel of a Toleman-Hart. He went on to score 41 grand prix wins, all of which are listed below.

Gallery: All of Ayrton Senna's F1 race wins
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1985 Portuguese GP
1985 Portuguese GP
1/41
Lotus 97T, Renault 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1985 Belgian GP
1985 Belgian GP
2/41
Lotus 97T, Renault 1.5 V6T. Started: 2nd

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1986 Spanish GP
1986 Spanish GP
3/41
Lotus 98T, Renault 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1986 Detroit GP
1986 Detroit GP
4/41
Lotus 98T, Renault 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1987 Monaco GP
1987 Monaco GP
5/41
Lotus 99T, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 2nd

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1987 Detroit GP
1987 Detroit GP
6/41
Lotus 99T, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 2nd

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1988 San Marino GP
1988 San Marino GP
7/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 Canadian GP
1988 Canadian GP
8/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 Detroit GP
1988 Detroit GP
9/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 British GP
1988 British GP
10/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 3rd

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1988 German GP
1988 German GP
11/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 Hungarian GP
1988 Hungarian GP
12/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 Belgian GP
1988 Belgian GP
13/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1988 Japanese GP
1988 Japanese GP
14/41
McLaren MP4-4, Honda 1.5 V6T. Started: 1st

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1989 San Marino GP
1989 San Marino GP
15/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1989 Monaco GP
1989 Monaco GP
16/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1989 Mexican GP
1989 Mexican GP
17/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1989 German GP
1989 German GP
18/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1989 Belgian GP
1989 Belgian GP
19/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1989 Spanish GP
1989 Spanish GP
20/41
McLaren MP4-5, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1990 US GP
1990 US GP
21/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 5th

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1990 Monaco GP
1990 Monaco GP
22/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1990 Canadian GP
1990 Canadian GP
23/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1990 German GP
1990 German GP
24/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1990 Belgian GP
1990 Belgian GP
25/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1990 Italian GP
1990 Italian GP
26/41
McLaren MP4-5B, Honda 3.5 V10. Started: 1st

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1991 US GP
1991 US GP
27/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1991 Brazilian GP
1991 Brazilian GP
28/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1991 San Marino GP
1991 San Marino GP
29/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1991 Monaco GP
1991 Monaco GP
30/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1991 Hungarian GP
1991 Hungarian GP
31/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1991 Belgian GP
1991 Belgian GP
32/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

Photo by: Ercole Colombo

1991 Australian GP
1991 Australian GP
33/41
McLaren MP4-6, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 1st

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1992 Monaco GP
1992 Monaco GP
34/41
McLaren MP4-7A, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 3rd

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1992 Hungarian GP
1992 Hungarian GP
35/41
McLaren MP4-7A, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 3rd

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1992 Italian GP
1992 Italian GP
36/41
McLaren MP4-7A, Honda 3.5 V12. Started: 2nd

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1993 Brazilian GP
1993 Brazilian GP
37/41
McLaren MP4-8, Ford HB 3.5 V8. Started: 3rd

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1993 European GP
1993 European GP
38/41
McLaren MP4-8, Ford HB 3.5 V8. Started: 4th

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1993 Monaco GP
1993 Monaco GP
39/41
McLaren MP4-8, Ford HB 3.5 V8. Started: 3rd

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1993 Japanese GP
1993 Japanese GP
40/41
McLaren MP4-8, Ford HB 3.5 V8. Started: 2nd

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1993 Australian GP
1993 Australian GP
41/41
McLaren MP4-8, Ford HB 3.5 V8. Started: 1st

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