WATCH: Senna's first and final home wins, and Massa's guard of honour – 5 feelgood Brazil moments from F1 history


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Brazil has hosted so many magnificent moments over the years, from Felipe Massa's farewell to Ayrton Senna's stunning debut win, and now we're back for the 2021 Sao Paulo Grand Prix, it's time we brought back the memories.

Few could write such an ending: Massa walking down the Interlagos pitlane, Brazilian flag draped over his back with the rainclouds shrouding the circuit, a guard of honour forming to see him depart Formula 1 (before he ended up unexpectedly returning the following season).

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And what would a trip down memory lane in Brazil be without Senna, the legend himself achieving a first home win in 1991? Cue an epic, pure, release of emotion as he screamed down the radio.

Mark Webber's swansong retreat to the garage without his helmet, an incredible battle between Juan Pablo Montoya and Michael Schumacher, and Senna's final 1993 home win also feature in this heartwarming montage of Brazilian GP moments. Watch it in the player above.



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