Just saw today that a documentary is coming out on Ayrton's life. It got the best review of all the lame summer flicks in the local paper. I only saw him late in his career, he seemed like the dale earhardt of F1, except he had lots more talent. Be that as it may, quite possibly the best F1 driver ever, unstoppable in the rain, surly, opinionated; punched Eddie Ervine and punted prost off the same track twice while they were teammates. I was watching his last race, and his death was so profound all of the major networks carried a piece about him, even though it had been years since an F1 race had run in america. I wish I could see his first F1 race, monaco; where he came from 13th place and nearly won. It wouldn't take much for this to be the F1 movie ever, given the other efforts. Only one that comes close was grand prix with James Garner.