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Masters Degree: Emerson Fittipaldi

In a special series of features, leading up to this weekend's Grand Prix Masters of Great Britain at Silverstone, talks to the driving masters themselves - about the old days, the new series and their love of motor racing. This week: Emerson Fittipaldi on his 1993 battle with Nigel Mansell at Cleveland

"I think Cleveland in 1993 was the best dice I ever had in my career."

When you consider Emerson Fittipaldi crammed as much top-level racing into his career as several of his compatriots put together, picking out a true highlight must be quite a taxing task.

Until last year, the Brazilian was still the holder of the record for being the youngest ever Formula One world champion, and drove in an impressive 144 Grands Prix.

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