Ayrton Senna framed signed photos and signed paddock pass
This composition is indeed an exceptional and highly collectible set for any fan of Ayrton Senna and Formula 1 history.
The inclusion of a signed and dated photo from 1991, another from 1993, as well as a VIP pass from the 1992 Monaco Grand Prix, all personally signed by Ayrton Senna, adds immense value to this collection.
Each item carries a piece of Ayrton Senna's legacy, providing a tangible connection to the legendary driver's career. This ensemble would be a standout addition to any existing collection dedicated to Senna or Formula 1 memorabilia. Alternatively, for someone looking to start a Senna collection, this composition serves as an extraordinary initial piece, offering not only visual mementos but also authenticated autographs from significant moments in Senna's career. It's a truly special find for any enthusiast or collector.
An original race used Stand 21 personal Nomex of Ayrton Senna during the 1989 season.
It has been hand signed in red marke by Senna in 1989.
A very collectable race worn item from one of the most successful driver in F1 history.
1994 Ayrton Senna Sabelts signed and dated
Very rare and desirable: Ayrton Senna Sabelts used during private tests on February 28, 1994 at the circuit of Paul Ricard in France.
Each piece has been hand signed and dated by the legend Ayrton Senna.
1994 Ayrton Senna Bell Fueling SS Helmet
Here is an incredible Bell Fueling SS Bell show helmet produced for the 1994 season.
Extremely rare and impossible to find piece.
1984 Ayrton Senna personal Casio watch + Senna's business card
These 2 pieces are simply impossible to get and complement each others in such a great way.
Piece number 1 is Ayrton Senna's personal Casio watch used in 1984 while with Toleman Candy. The watch show sign of age and patina.
Piece number 2 is Senna's personal business card "Promotions and ventures". The card also shows heavy sign of age.
1988 Ayrton Senna race used Bell helmet
This Bell XFM1 light weight helmet has been used extensively by Ayrton Senna during the 1988 F1 season. The 1988 season has been Senna’s first Championship season in the McLaren MP4-4 Honda.
1988 has been an exceptional season for Senna, he won the following Grand Prix:
San Marino Grand Prix
Canadian Grand Prix
Detroit Grand Prix
British Grand Prix
German Grand Prix
Hungarian Grand Prix
Belgium Grand Prix
Japanese Grand Prix
The World Championship for Drivers was won by Ayrton Senna, and the World Championship for Constructors by McLaren-Honda. Senna and McLaren teammate Alain Prost won fifteen of the sixteen races between them; the only race neither driver won was the Italian Grand Prix, where Ferrari's Gerhard Berger took an emotional victory four weeks after the death of team founder Enzo Ferrari.
This exceptional helmet shows heavy signs of use. The radio has been removed, it displays its drinking tube whole. The inside strap carries the following mention”88LW5” for year 1988, Light weight, helmet # 5. It has been offered by Ayrton Senna to his physiotherapist Jo Leberer in 1989. When given to Jo, Ayrton has signed, dated and added a mention to his very close friend.