AYRTON SENNA

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Ayrton Senna Limited Edition Print

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  • Drivers’ Championship

    NoNamePoints
    1Nico Rosberg79
    2Lewis Hamilton75
    3Fernando Alonso41
    4Nico Hulkenberg36
    5Sebastian Vettel33
    6Daniel Ricciardo24
    7Valtteri Bottas24
    8Jenson Button23
    9Kevin Magnussen20
    10Sergio Perez18
  • Constructors’ Championship

    NoNameScore
    1Mercedes154
    2Red Bull57
    3Force India54
    4Ferrari52
    5McLaren43
    6Williams36
  • Mark Webber feeling almost 100% after leg surgery

    Formula One News » Mark Webber feeling almost 100% after leg surgery

    At the end of 2008 Mark Webber suffered what could have been a career ending accident, when cycling he collided with a car breaking his leg ahead of the 2009 f1 season.

    Many were unsure about his condition, but Mark managed to get into a car ahead of the 2009 formula 1 season and competed in every event since, with a metal rod inserted into his leg.

    Recently Mark finally had the metal rod removed from his leg and stepped back into the car for pre-season testing at Jerez last week.

    “[I felt] really comfortable, the leg is no problem at all,” Webber said. “I’m probably a little bit behind on condition, but not by much. I’ll be ready to go in Melbourne, I’m completely on target for that. I felt better in the car than I thought I would.
    “I was in the car for a long period, about two and half hours at one point, so it was a little stiff but that’s normal. It will be fine and when the adrenaline is going there will be zero problems.”

    “It never affected me when I was racing. It affected me when I was doing other sports such as water skiing and mountain biking because I knew it was not going to be beneficial to re-brake my leg with a rod in there.”

    “Now I have it out I’m not going to be crazy but it’s a little bit of peace of mind from a recreational point of view. Also the mind is a great thing because I won’t forget the pain I had when I broke my leg so I’m actually getting a bit wiser as I get older, believe it or not.”



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