Senna's career summary

A very short summary of Senna's F1 career follows. The information was taken from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 2, 1994. Wins (41 total): 1984 none 1985 Portugal, Belgium 1986 Spain, Detroit ...

A very short summary of Senna's F1 career follows. The information was taken from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 2, 1994.

Wins (41 total): 1984 none 1985 Portugal, Belgium 1986 Spain, Detroit 1987 Monaco, Detroit 1988 San Marino, Canada, Detroit, Britain, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Japan 1989 San Marino, Monaco, Mexico, Germany, Belgium, Spain 1990 Phoenix, Monaco, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Italy 1991 Phoenix, Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Hungary, Belgium, Australia 1992 Monaco, Hungary, Italy 1993 Brazil, Britain, Monaco, Japan, Australia 1994 none

Poles (65 total): 1984 none 1985 Portugal, San Marino, Monaco, Detroit, Italy, Europe, Australia 1986 Brazil, Spain, San Marino, Detroit, France, Hungary, Portugal, Mexico 1987 San Marino 1988 Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Mexico, Canada, Detroit, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Japan, Australia 1989 Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Mexico, Phoenix, Britain, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Japan, Australia 1990 Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Japan, Australia 1991 Phoenix, Brazil, San Marino, Monaco, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Australia 1992 Canada 1993 Australia 1994 Brazil, Japan, San Marino

Driver's Championship Points standing:

        1984        19
        1985         4
        1986         4
        1987         3
        1988         1
        1989         2
        1990         1
        1991         1
        1992         4
        1993         2

Note: Prost has 51 victories, Clark has 33 poles.

Ricardo pinch@cs.washington.edu

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