At the 1993 Australian GP, triple world champion Ayrton Senna scored his last F1 win. We recall that memorable race on the streets of Adelaide with our photo archives.
Senna dominated the entire Adelaide weekend, beginning qualifying in which he took pole position with a breathtaking time of 1m13.371s . He then controlled the 79-lap race for McLaren, taking the chequered flag with a margin of 9.2s. His arch rival and former teammate Alain Prost finished second.
Prost retired soon after, having clinched his fourth title, while Senna took over his place at Williams. However, in only his third race for the British outfit, he died in a crash at Imola.