Ayrton Senna won three Formula 1 World Championships with McLaren, now you can enjoy reliving those sensational seasons with this special offer from Duke.
F1 1988 Official Review
1988 saw McLaren-Honda rewrite the record books as they redefined performance - taking 15 wins out of 16 races between them - and this action-packed review retells the thrilling story from beginning to end.
The last year of turbo engines was suitably thrilling, albeit almost completely dominated by the McLaren team mates Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. They may have been driving for the same team but the two biggest stars of the 1980s were, unsurprisingly, extremely motivated. Neither gave an inch to the other on track, leading to several clashes, and sowing the seeds for future rivalry.
What the drivers said, how the teams worked, who held the joker at Monza and how the teams travelled the World; all these fascinating questions are answered when Stirling Moss and Tony Jardine give you your pass to the pitlane.
F1 1990 Official Review
The 1990 season was one of the closest in years as the lead swayed between Ayrton Senna and reigning World Champion Alain Prost - now driving for Ferrari.
Senna opened his account for McLaren Honda in a thrilling season opener at the street circuit Phoenix, Arizona. Wet qualifying threw the expected grid into disorder and put Senna in fifth place, the fight back to the lead set the scene for the season.
The cavalcade moved to Brazil where Prost drove a typically calculating race to take nine points. Monaco and Canada: advantage Senna.
All season the pendulum swung back and forth as each of the great teams found small advantages for their star drivers.
As the teams headed to the Far East with everything still to play for, the Japanese Grand Prix became the most important, and most controversial, of the season.
F1 1991 Official Review
After years of domination, the McLaren-Honda team received a shock in 1991, in the form of Williams-Renault.
The Williams were by far the most competitive cars in the Championship. Ferrari, the stars of winter testing, fell into disarray during the season and finished a distant third.
Benetton's highpoint was winning the Canadian race and introducing the most dynamic new driver of the season, Michael Schumacher, whilst newcomers Jordan performed superbly to take 'best of the rest' in the Constructors’ Trophy.
Ayrton Senna thoroughly dominated the early races of the '91 season, but it soon developed into a tense two-way battle as Nigel Mansell clawed his Williams-Renault into contention. The official review somehow squeezes all the highlights of a dramatic and exciting year into 162 minutes.