How Senna won his greatest F1 title
Autosport magazine has produced a 1991 special issue to mark 30 years since Ayrton Senna's third world championship title, secured against stiff opposition from Nigel Mansell and Williams. Here's how Senna and McLaren triumphed against the odds
The 1991 Formula 1 contest is not as famous as the controversial seasons that preceded it, but you could make a strong case for it being Ayrton Senna's finest championship success.
The year is often recalled as one that was decided by Senna's quartet of victories for McLaren at the beginning of the campaign, scored while Williams struggled with unreliability.
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