Thursday, October 31, 2013

Visual accuracy was one of Senna’s strong points

Ayrton Senna discussing with his friend, doctor Sid Watkins

Visual accuracy was one of Senna’s strong points. Sid Watkins, F1 doctor and a great friend of the world champion, realized this during a drive they once took together.

The two were looking for a reference point whilst trying to find the Jim Clark Museum in Scotland, when Senna saw a sign that was hidden away.

“I couldn’t even see the post that the sign was on, much less the sign, because it was about 100 meters away,” says Dr. Watkins.

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