Bruno senna lalli dating

04-Mar-2018 10:03

Bruno Senna is sitting in a small restaurant just off London's Fulham Road.Carpaccio is the same place where his uncle Ayrton used to go whenever in the capital.Senna had been on holiday with the rest of the family while his dad, Flavio Lalli, was back in Brazil.His father was driving a red Ducati motorbike, which had belonged to Ayrton, when he was hit by a taxi driver who had skipped a red light."It's hard to say what I would have been if Ayrton had not died," he says. At the age of 10, he had his first competitive gokart race, won it easily, and was on the cusp of taking up competition in more regimented fashion before his career was cut short."Maybe I would have been a quicker racing driver but it hasn't happened that way and I think I'm quite successful anyway." Following the fatal crash, Bruno's grieving grandfather, who had previously pushed his grandson's karting ambitions with gusto at the family farm, packed everything away and refused to let him participate in motorsport. But one day, a decade on, he decided he was bored of selling cars with his grandfather and he sheepishly told his mum of his desire to go racing.Senna is all too aware he will forever be synonymous with his uncle, his on-track exploits and his untimely death at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.

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He prefers not to dwell on the question of what if surrounding the events of Ayrton's death at Imola. My grandfather bought me the kart and, when I first saw it that morning, I was scared but by the afternoon I was driving it around and that's all I wanted to do at the farm." He used to race his uncle in it, too, closely matching him with his lap times.

But he admits to being totally unnoticed when walking around London.

"Honestly, taking off my hat I suddenly become like an invisibility cloak and no one knows who I am," he says.

His son says: "He was just pulling out of the petrol station when it happened. Of course, I regret that now and the fact I didn't support my family." After everything he endured as a child, Senna understandably finds dealing with the adversity of a tough debut season relatively simple.

He died of internal injuries and it shows that you can die doing something quite normal — not just being a racing driver — and also that we never know when our time will come. "I've gone through some very difficult things that maybe other drivers haven't," he says.

He prefers not to dwell on the question of what if surrounding the events of Ayrton's death at Imola. My grandfather bought me the kart and, when I first saw it that morning, I was scared but by the afternoon I was driving it around and that's all I wanted to do at the farm." He used to race his uncle in it, too, closely matching him with his lap times.But he admits to being totally unnoticed when walking around London."Honestly, taking off my hat I suddenly become like an invisibility cloak and no one knows who I am," he says.His son says: "He was just pulling out of the petrol station when it happened. Of course, I regret that now and the fact I didn't support my family." After everything he endured as a child, Senna understandably finds dealing with the adversity of a tough debut season relatively simple.He died of internal injuries and it shows that you can die doing something quite normal — not just being a racing driver — and also that we never know when our time will come. "I've gone through some very difficult things that maybe other drivers haven't," he says.His nephew came here after his first pole position in GP2 and was duly sprayed with champagne by the colourful owner, Guido, and is here again ahead of the British Grand Prix. Senna has endured a tough debut season in Formula One with backmarkers Hispania and arrived at Silverstone this morning for the 10th race weekend of 2010 with a best placing of 16th from his three finishes.