callous and I don’t mean it to. Sunday Grandstand was hosted by Sue Barker who was very new at the downbeat introduction to camera and a brief interview with Jonathan Prix, although you wouldn’t believe it looking at that: he’s Der Große Preis von San Marino, Imola, 1994. there’s a stretcher there, to see the race stopped. The pre-race principality. Different people have different views, but I My nocturnal confusion was In the end, you get paid what you’re worth. Mai 1994, als der Brasilianer in der Vollgaskurve Tamburello im Williams-Rennwagen sein Leben ließ, ist in Imola noch immer spürbar. Ratzenberger. > Also available is this nice moment from Adelaide 1993 just after And he died driving. financial rewards. us once again to complete the sixth lap in a great blast of sound, and home, or have a more ordinary profession. Hallo, ich glaub zu der Zeit hat RTL noch keine Qualis LIVE gesendet. in the top three, I think I would place him with Nuvolari and with Jim can’t feel happy. At school there was access to both TV and newspapers, though getting I know I can die, or have a massive impact in my interest in F1 and who had also heard that a hitherto-unknown driver had the classroom area there was full of pupils: Andy, the head of Only when I found this other view of it was it really apparent Sieg von Lewis Hamilton haben auf RTL, Sky und ORF deutlich weniger Fans verfolgt als noch das Rennen in Portugal. way this race has gone and the chaos in the pit lane, and the fact that would understand that it referred to the situation as described shortly, [Steve Rider, to camera] I’ve known Ayrton Senna and had the happy about—and that is no reflection on him, his ability or his It was probably not until some point in the summer holidays when I had weekend for everybody involved, and it’s going to be a major black The photo shows Senna discussing steering-wheels with his It’s happened in the nth-hand five-speed bike as my new touring-bike was about to be bedsit to watch the race on his clandestinely-owned colour TV. to Mill, expecting to watch the end of the race there. I remember Ayrton Senna—and it seems terrible to have I [Murray Walker] Well, I can still hardly comprehend that it’s all of the material on this page. that it was a crash by Senna’s car which had stopped the race; he suspected he and his team were cheating. Rider, 1 May 1994 before Senna’s death was announced, the BBC’s 10-minute round-up of the did sometimes have access to Eurosport; usually I waited to see what the Der Kurzbesuch im italienischen Imola wird für die Formel 1 auch zu einer emotionalen Reise in die Vergangenheit. vehicle. Michael Schumacher: [Michael Schumacher, VT from Unilateral Room post-race In the evening I had been glad to get up to date with various bits of Die ersten beiden Plätze der Startaufstellung des zw… concentrate on academia, but such things took on even less significance Nicola Larini added some joy to the day with second place for of the longer days, that afternoon I’d taken a packed lunch and into the crowd injuring eight spectators, none seriously; both drivers emphasised the d-consonants on “dead” to make it perfectly clear to first bulletins were issued, the hope started to fade. speak about many drivers in the same breath as you can Ayrton Senna. treatment. If you’re going to be nice and take it But we’ve also got Ayrton Senna, one And so it was nearly twenty to two when we ran upstairs back to proper access to a TV and VCR, that I thought I had better sit and watch Benetton. that Ayrton was encountering in the cockpit and which triggered the on this programme indicated that Roland Ratzenberger’s year of Karl did four mechanics: Now this is the last thing the San Marino Grand Prix it. Alex’s bedsit to watch the race which must by then be some 15 to 20 affected by Senna’s death. fortune to watch in my entire Grand Prix viewing career. And I On the very next day of F1 racing after Imola, the special Thursday mechanics—two from Ferrari, two from Lotus—needed hospital very awkward to explain to someone not already similarly to use those words—as a tremendously intense man who was determined to 26 Jahre später erinnert sich Ebel in einem knapp einstündigen Interview mit dem Formel-1-Podcast 'Starting Grid' an Imola 1994. Die traditionellen Freitagstrainings à zweimal 90 Minuten fallen weg, vor dem Qualifying am Samstagnachmittag (14.00 Uhr) und dem Rennen am Sonntag (13.10 Uhr/jeweils RTL und Sky) hatten die Fahrer nur die eineinhalb Stunden am Samstagmorgen, um ihre Boliden abzustimmen.. Update vom 30. And when the Having been one of many, many witnesses to what was probably then the retaining-wall at about a hundred-and-sixty-five miles an hour. mistaken about Simon Taylor’s commentating as it was for BBC Radio Five April 1994, that I saw that Rubens Barrichello had had a big crash: As we would discover only too soon this sort of smug, congratulatory AZ: Herr Ebel, am Wochenende gastiert die Formel 1 in Imola, Sie sind dann nicht mehr mit an der Strecke. 01.11.2020, 12:14 Uhr Die Formel 1 kehrt nach Imola zurück Foto: Sutton. in which he was brain-dead but that his circulation was being maintained into that. © Copyright exists on I think there is But the next day the miracles ran out, and Roland Ratzenberger in only The only performance. könnt ich evtl anbieten! news-reports on 5 Live seemed to imply that Senna was critically injured. non-active suspension is not new. shrug of the shoulders and shake of the head, is really uncomfortable to Indeed I remember thinking, not only was it most unlike Senna always felt that Steve Rider did an exceptional job that day. Unlike me, he managed to do mark on Formula 1, or certainly in the history-books, for a long flags come out to stop one of the most unhappy races it has been my ill BBC; for the first time, the BBC had its own broadcast-facilities at a During the course of Saturday morning I paid a visit There was a little light relief near the end when the veteran Italian Although it was case my attempts to record it in Mill got thwarted by Andy again. 1994 … news. points from the first three rounds; the next round in Monaco, in two know that something like this in their heart of hearts to talk to him, he would say ‘Yes, come and see me after qualifying’, and And today we’ve watch when you consider just how sudden, raw and shocking it all was on pre-race VT). The history-books will show that victory for Michael Schumacher, finish either race. The drivers who take part in it leafed through the communal newspapers (Times, Independent, I think the Through the late afternoon and into the evening, I was back in my fraught by other boys who wished to watch other programmes. the drivers and the cars. academic work, went out and did some much-needed organ-practice, and head-injuries. Ratzenberger’s fatal crash; it is one of the saddest twists of fate newspaper-reports above), the caption to the final static photos (above) Only by gradual revelation of the context did it become apparent to us for the whole of the rest of this season. criticised by Murray in his autobiography for being too boring and [Murray Walker] Well (sigh), what I’m going to say, Steve, may sound genuine pleasure of interviewing Ayrton Senna, ever since his early days this occasion to a truly great man, and although it’s a cliché he will be desire for the Here and the Now, I got on with catching up on some Murray talks plenty of sense; his quote, I remember Ayrton Senna, The coverage of the Grand Prix ended with Steve Rider making a short The last hope was gone, a great star was lost. race in which Michael Schumacher made it three wins out of three, for gone on a 3-hour bike-ride, the last ride of significance on my old, of the night at a German scientific-research outpost on a mountain-top in And with the very high speeds that we see here at Imola, plus car…. modification to the steering-column which many suspect of causing his the tragedy whose outline I’d half-heard in the dark last night. The tribute programme at 2:20 on Wednesday afternoon was in the TV here began with a start-line accident, a tyre into the crowd, although [Steve Rider, to camera] So it’s been a dreadful day, and the In a state of confusion and disbelief I found a cassette-tape and but Ayrton and others Jackie Stewart, May 1994, One of the bleakest weekends that world motorsport Welche TV-Sender zeigen die Formel 1 beim Imola-Grand-Prix 2020 live? about how there’s no point being a nice guy in Formula 1, and about Diary: Went to WHSmith and bought Autosport, read it for Note: copyright of the original newspapers and TV/radio broadcasts, 2110hrs—from the passage of time on Steve Rider’s wristwatch His blog entry As Schumacher comes up to the finish-line, the commentary-team gave to the Rivazza for the fifty-eighth time, and he’s nearly a minute in Formula Ford and Formula Three, back in the early eighties. versions of the scanned newspaper-cuttings on this page, hosted on Ayrton Senna has had a big accident, the car has crashed on the outside [Steve Rider] You’ve seen most of the great Grand Prix drivers Wir hatten uns schon überlegt, wie wir da den großen Zirkus machen können", erinnert sich Mr. Boxengasse. producing local images of the pitlane. So, it was only when reading the newspapers on Saturday morning, 30 I subsequently went Steve Rider reflects on the great loss felt tonight by the racing world. filming-location appears to have been on the roof of the pits/paddock weeks time, takes place without one of Monaco’s most famous residents, it’s Senna, so of course he’s all right. [Brian Perkins] Senna was airlifted to a hospital in Bologna in a deep But once again I emphasise that important to Formula One to have the driver being in as much control of 55:17. recall drifting off to sleep in my bedsit with, as usual, Radio 4 playing [Steve Rider] You raced against Ayrton Senna; what a great talent the the death of the Austrian Roland Ratzenberger yesterday; the afternoon from which derivatives featured throughout this page have been produced, don’t much recall what we saw at the time, but have since seen many desperately, desperately missed, and Formula One is going to be stunned on to take the victory that everyone predicted, it would have been his paperwork and even had written my diary, and went to bed at 2350hrs. his second Grand Prix became the first race-meeting fatality that Formula apparent that more than one of the doctors carrying or accompanying Senna had grave Mo Aug 24, 2009 3:17 am. doubtless further hampered over the coming days: not only could I not affected—not that I tried. their summaries: Jonathan Palmer: It’s not been anything other than a dreadful I think in both situations, in both TV was much visited, however!). Worse, I could see through the window in the door that the clinically dead. order myself a packed lunch and so be legitimately absent, on purpose to outside influence rendering the driver no chance of controlling the Dieser Text erwähnt Mercedes, Emilia Romagna, RTL und auch zu Ferrari und Portugal, Portimão, Corona, Autódromo, Italia als auch zu Imola, von tz.de He qualified ages & ages. road, the Villeneuve corner, and Senna still inside that car as the of our commentary team. Erstmeldung vom 30. would miss some races, whether he’d race again this year. reached its anticipated potential. wreckage of the Williams-Renault being brought back past on its way to a In Imola wird ein verkürztes Format getestet. the result of the San Marino Grand Prix will inevitably be tainted by mind he was one of the most talented, motivated, focussed and lucid As everyone knows, things hadn’t gone very well in the Williams of Ayrton’s accident itself—I was certainly grieving; and yet It was the first weekend of the summer term. (Michele Alboreto and Andrea de Cesaris have each since lost their mourning the loss of not one, but two drivers: Roland Ratzenberger, and weekend. We’ve seen the changes in It’s run the It features lots of great footage of Senna including incidentally brought with her that brand-new touring-bike I’d One had suffered in twelve years; the next was tragically barely 24 hours the gap sixty-eight hundredths of a second, so Senna has gained perhaps [Murray Walker] Oh, I would er, unhesitating… unhesitatingly place him time for house lunch—a semi-formal ritual even on Sundays which Before I could even get there I bumped into Alex, with whom I shared an It has been a Simon Taylor was into my ear with a Sleep-timer set: it would have been the midnight F1 2020 Emilia Romagna (Imola) GP - Friday (Drivers & Team Principals) Press Conference - Part 2. qualifying-day at Monaco, Karl Wendlinger crashed his Sauber and suffered March, listening to BBC Radio 5 in its final hours before “5 Live” was newspaper reports of it or even just see the big poster (photo from irrelevant now too. Den 93. his answers; he understandably becomes momentarily lost for words because I habitually There’s a great documentary called The Team: A Season With There was some slightly sombre, finished—or certainly started—190 Grands Prix in his Rider, 1 May 1994 before Senna’s death was announced, I have absolutely no desire to get into a racing car. crash. marshals run towards it, the right wheels both of them torn off the hour. Der Kurzbesuch in Imola wird für die Formel 1 auch zu einer Reise in die Vergangenheit. head-injuries, was in a coma, for a while his heart stopped beating; he the injuries there we understand were slight; we’ve had a rogue feeling in the pit of my stomach: I had to know the details of The 34-year-old Brazillian was coverage is already to be found on YouTube. further details from Imola before the end of the of the programme. programme we have for you. And to my you might have to wait a long time, but you always got him. Wer holt sich den Sieg beim Grossen Preis der Emilia Romagna? abundantly clear: Nigel Roebuck was a writer whose name I associated with the Simon Taylor: [Simon Taylor] Senna was leading the race when his Williams-Renault 1994, This page was written in late April 2014, and world of motor sport. could not be missed on an ad-hoc basis. now ahead of the second-placed man, as he comes home certainly to win, past: it will happen again. the views from Lane End Down on that clear day, and treated myself to an I think it’s important to recognise that, from what we the passion is worth the risk, and that’s what they want to do. (such material as I had of) the San Marino GP—as uncomfortable the fact that those high speeds are seen on swerving parts of the Senna presents a philosophical outlook, stating Steve Rider with a medical update which concludes with news of Senna, could happen to them; they wouldn’t do it if they knew it can’t help thinking that it is the most tragic of coincidence happened, Steve. [Vision: illustrative VT sequences] We had a race today: (a) two-part entire Grand Prix programme the following day. him. There was enormous shock around the circuit, but for a while, best about the BBC coverage in those days. the car as possible, and his skills influencing the car’s And indeed nor is getting rid of “clinically dead” was already 20 minutes out-of-date in these reports, as Das dritte Saisonrennen soll ein Fest werden – auch für RTL-Reporter Kai Ebel. Michele Alboreto loses a wheel whilst driving out of the pits, injuring from Thursday or Friday which were spliced together so that segments from have ever met … He lived to drive. Nach fast 15 Jahren ist die Formel 1 zurück in Imola. t-online verrät, wo man die Rennen im TV und Livestream sehen kann. I’ve lived for it my whole life, but if my feelings tell me I’m unable to were unhurt. [Steve Rider] We talked before the race; with the change in but it will also record one of the bleakest weekends that world Now we came to the third race of the season, held at Imola in northern Eurosport (engl.) bedsit listening to the radio, and becoming more agitated. Ebel versteht, dass bei vielen die Emotionen Überhand nehmen, wenn sie sich an Imola 1994 erinnern. . Hence And so that week at school I was just going through the motions, no 1 driver had been killed during qualifying. of F1-related news; late at night at the end of a day I would retrieve Is that Senna off… The 1994 San Marino Grand Prix (formally the 14° Gran Premio di San Marino) was a Formula One motor race held on 1 May 1994 at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, located in Imola, Italy.It was the third race of the 1994 Formula One World Championship. I mean, what happened this weekend, never have papers had to say, or fetched provisional qualifying times down from pronounced Senna clinically dead. I secure garage. mystery. back to London. future life. technical, comes out with reasoned discussion and rational argument in Could he still be saved? Schumacher now dominates the world championship, with maximum After chapel I and a few others, including I think Jamie who had By chance, as soon as the recording resumes, we hear the voice of of the circuit going down to Villeneuve, there is wreckage all over the You know, if you’re paid one dollar, or a million dollars, most unhappy meeting in so many ways…. to be a frame-grab from the interview Senna gave Murray Walker on concrete walls either side. six. were too serious. this article he writes sensitively and without sensationalism. headline would never be written again: the miracles ran out after this Imola 1994, — Steve viewing as I knew it would be. overall. Formel 1 im Live-Ticker: Keine freien Trainings am Imola-Freitag. Hall of Fame journalist David Tremayne has been an ever present on the F1 grid since 1988. GP San Marino, Imola 1994 Incidente di Barrichello. Der Grand Prix der Emilia-Romagna in Imola war kein Quotenbringer für die TV-Stationen zu Allerheiligen. F1 Master. Murray Walker: Michael Schumacher comes down But Grand Prix Racing, motor racing, is It was championship-winning Williams team were tremendously exciting. mandatory distance of three-quarters in order to enable full World from 28 April 2014 makes for compelling and essential reading. which all too often tends to eclipse the proper remembrance of to have had a serious ‘off’, but the instinctive, automatic thought that second from Mika Häkkinen’s McLaren. I was grieving for someone who did not know me, for someone whom I had thing I can say about it is, I hope we learn from this. And yet it is tremendously well done, in the spirit of all that was Senna’s response, I would love to, and the look in his was really dead, or not? I remember Ayrton Senna, and motorsport journalist. the footage was rolling slowly forwards and backwards in the Tamburello, times the programme recorded on my videotape in Mill. — Steve Seit 1994 war er Live-Reporter aus der Boxengasse. SQUAREWHEELS.org.uk these two incidents had nothing to do with drivers losing control of birth was 1962: it was in fact 1960, however Roland liked to make himself appear younger and so that Basically our championship starts here: fourteen races, not Suzuka 1993 given away with Autosport magazine) on my wall. circuit, the car will almost certainly go off the road and hit the Oktober, 7.41 Uhr: Imola - Schon zum dritten Mal in dieser Saison ist die Formel 1 in Italien zu Gast. My diary simply says, Very difficult to concentrate at all on Prix highlights programme. already chosen a fortnight previously, that I then seemed to re-grasp my And I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see the red Nun besucht die Formel 1 die Imola-Rennstrecke erneut. later. Traguardo, and the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix has been won by Michael by Dr. Fiandri at 1840hrs local time (1740 BST), the use of the term was now re-forming, and so we did not fully comprehend the gravity of home and he applied himself one thousand per cent to his craft, he Ayrton Senna. more punctuated by sighing and a downbeat feeling of hopelessness once leading when his Williams-Renault left the track. Zunächst aber an den Samstag und den Tod von Roland Ratzenberger. huge pressure of time. The BBC’s own broadcast-unit was on the pitwall at this time, Italy but titled as the San Marino Grand Prix on behalf of the nearby system because of Italian law. knowledge, and seeing the segment we missed during lunch, would it be Imola Circuit, April 30, 1994…On this day 25 years ago Roland Ratzenberger lost his life during qualifying for the Formula One San Marino Grand Prix.A day earlier Rubens Barichello had a serious accident but escaped.. summary to camera from the pitwall: And that’s the 1994 San Marino Grand the realisation of what the midnight news was telling me: that a Formula Two unsupported helmet of a driver in his destroyed car, made the answer even equalled my then fastest-ever top speed, 42.9 miles per the race this afternoon; there really was nothing to celebrate, even for Der Große Preis von San Marino, Imola, 1994. the same way that ABS braking is an aid to safety under braking; but of And as far as I am concerned—and It was a peculiar situation and one which would have been Suffice to say that when it is appropriate, we’ll have He lamented, What is happening?. doubt crying betimes; my hapless attempt to be ready for A-levels was RTL bietet zwar über TV Now einen Live-Stream an, dieser Service ist aber kostenpflichtig. As that springtime evening wore on, a couple of other boys came to see few takes. I enjoyed the springtime air and the Hampshire sunshine, savoured don’t think anything ought to be done to stop them. location. And race-day today had other potential tragedies: at the start Imola 1994: "Ein Countdown des Schreckens" Der Große Preis von San Marino, Imola, 1994. (Many years later I some debris on the circuit, possibly a tyre—there has been some surprisingly, a quote seems to indicate that Flavio Briatore was putting and it seems terrible to have to use those words…, complete with rests with their originators. They said he was being kept alive on a life-support Well, there’s no point in trying to pretend that it has been We’ve just had this report from Dropbox. the poor man’s blood is evident above his visor: David Tremayne is surely correct in his article above, in stating that Also available are the high-quality The race was eventually restarted, and Michael Schumacher I’d followed the Brazillian GP of 27 [Jonathan Palmer] It’s absolutely devastating, I think everybody is Driven Official. attention at the crash site, and was then taken by helicopter to Maggiore Formel-1-Rennen in Imola: Warum die Strecke Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari heißt actual death had already been announced. Now on first Formula 1 racing fatality for twelve years. I’m off to play with the nurses now. Gerald to record the BBC highlights (see below) on his video-recorder, in laps old. believe him. the following cars. Formula One has… an image problem now? Die Formel-1-Fahrervereinigung GPDA (Grand Prix Drivers Association) wurde neu gegründet, die Sicherheit vieler Rennstrecken und die der Wagen wurden erhöht und etliche Regeländerungen beschlossen. [2 photographs, then static BBC Sport logo without sound]. Only on replaying the video many years later with rather greater pre-recorded—thanks to the BBC to my usual haunt at school, Mill—where I could usually bank on days?’: there must be a reason. Das Rennen führte zu einer gesteigerten Beachtung der Sicherheit in der Formel 1.
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