Last weekend was a quarter of a century ago that Formula 1 drivers Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna lost their lives in what is considered the darkest weekend of the F1 history. The Austrian showed the life in a crash in the qualifications for the Grand prix of San Marino, while the Brazilian during the actual race and the death was when he was at the height of the Tamburello bend full in the wall ended up. Senna drove a racing car of renstal Williams, founded by Sir Frank Williams.also Read 25 years ago, the Formula 1-blackest weekend ever
Williams’ daughter Claire, the current team boss of the team, came on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Senna's death back on the difficult period that she and her family have experienced in the weeks, months and even years after the unfortunate crash. Except for the tragic loss of arguably the most talented F1 driver ever, was Frank Williams - and actually his whole family - with the finger pointed.