I was glad to see him do better than Petrov, whom I recognise as a decent driver. Might have been that he's brazilian and it was wet? Either way, Senna is not a normal rookie; he started racing (against his uncle sometimes) when he was a kid, but then understandably quit after 94... then felt it in his blood and came back at a later age. He is also more mature than your typical rookie... they're pushing 20 these days and he is 27 now. Perhaps that will make a difference in that he will be of stronger character. I think that we have seen promising rookies come to F1 before and struggle more psychologically than technically. Who knows. If that's the case, I may be his fan now, not just because of his name. Plus, I need someone to cheer for when the King retires again. Just my 2 cents...
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