Ayrton Senna won three Formula 1 world championships and 41 races, and while his talent was prodigious, the cars he drove played a huge part in his success.
Starting with the Toleman TG184, through a pair of Lotus and a host of McLarens, Senna's career was tragically cut short while driving the Williams FW16.
Ahead of the 25th anniversary of his death, Glenn Freeman is joined by Kevin Turner and Ben Anderson to debate the best and worst machinery from Senna's rise to becoming an F1 legend.
More insights into the great Brazilian's remarkable life are included in our Senna celebration magazine, available from May 1 in selected WH Smith's stores or from Autosport.com/senna.
Interviews with Senna throughout his career, recollections from his former rivals, technical insights on his successful cars, and a look at the three-time world champion's legacy are all part of the 172-page special.