"When there is a gap, you either commit yourself as a professional racing driver, that is design to win races or you come second or come third or come fifth and I am not design to come third, fourth or fifth. I race to win. And if you no longer go for a gap that exist you´re no longer a racing driver." Ayrton Senna da Silva.


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Jean Alesi F1 Figurine

Rare 1:9 scale F1 Figurine made of cold cast porcelain resin, made and  hand painted, mahogany base with brass name plate, limited edition. 

Jean Alesi (born June 11, 1964) is a French racing driver of Italian origins.
His Formula One career included spells at Tyrrell, Benetton, Sauber, Prost, Jordan and most notably Ferrari where he proved very popular among the Tifosi.
His sole win was an emotional triumph at the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal on his 31st birthday.
Although he had inherited the lead when Michael Schumacher pitted with electrical problems and Damon Hill's hydraulics failed, the victory was a popular one, particularly after several excellent but ultimately unrewarded drives the year before, notably in Italy.
Alesi's win at Montreal was voted the most popular race victory of the season by many, as it was the scarlet red number 27 Ferrari - once belonging to the famous Gilles Villeneuve at his much loved home Grand Prix. Memorably, Schumacher gave Alesi a lift back to the pits after Alesi's car ran out of fuel just before the Pits Hairpin.
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