Analysis: Who Is The Best F1 Pilot Ever

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Who is the best F1 pilot ever

The F1 is the top racing single-seater, there are the best pilots of cars in the world, the first race event of the F1 was made in the European Grand Prix Motor Racing between 1920 and 1930, the championship formalized in 1947. The best pilots of F1 can be in between Ayrton Senna, Niki Lauda, Michael Schumacher and Alain Prost, these were the recent best drivers of F1, each of the has won more than 2 world championships in F1. Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost already dead and Michael Schumacher is nearly dead.

Ayrton Senna da Silva was born on 21 march 1960 in sao paulo Brazil and died in 1 may 1994 Bologna Italy at the age of 34. Ayrton Senna started racing go karting at the age of 13 in interlagos with an gokart
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He took 30000 euros from the bank to start his career in Formula two, when he told that to his family his family unapproved him and they never more had contact so he needed to keep his career alone. He soon was promoted to F1. From 1974 to 1977 he was in the race team Ferrari, he gives his team a second place in his first race at the Argentine grand prix, but he didnt won that championship but fortunately 1975 championship he won for first time his first world championship in Formula 1, but that championship the start was the worst for him in the first 5 races but then he changed to his new Ferrari 312T and then he won in first place the next four races, He won his second world championship in 1977 with Ferrari and unfortunately for Ferrari that was the last year niki lauda stayed on their team. From 1978 to 1981 he changed to his new team Brabham he did not won any championships during he was in that team so he takes the decision to change if team, he changed to Mclaren, on of the most dramatics things that had happened in his live was that in 1943 he crashed and he burn all his right side of his head losing his right ear but he didn 't got deaf, all that championship got lost for him because he passed …show more content…
he have done karting since he was 4 years old he converted to the youngest member of the karting track at Kerpen Horren, at the age of six he won his first club championship, his parents didn 't got enough money to keep with the racing of Michael but a local businessman supported Michael paing all his karting. In 1989 Michael signed with Will Weber 's WTS Formula Three team. He started his career in F1 with his new team Jordan in the car number 32. Michael from 1991 to 1995 was in the team Benetton, In that team Michael won his first world championship in 1994 and then he won again his second world championship the next year with Benetton. Then Michael changed of team to Ferrari, he says that was the best team he have been on because he made the incredible number of 5 world championships and they both 5 were consecutive, but he stayed 2 years more in Ferrari until 2006 because he was going to retire of F1 for 4 years to help Ferrari with the cars and the pilots. in 2010 he went back to the F1 but everyone expected he was going to Ferrari but he appeared in Mclaren, he stayed in Mclaren until 2012 because when he was taking some vacations with his family he went to do ski in a mountain and he fell and his head hit a rock and he is with a symptom called vegetable because he can 't do nothing even talk but he still alive, and many persons say he soon will be

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