Trust me on this, when I´m saying two things:
First of all... !All your talented work is amazing!.
By watching it I believe you were almost same age as me, with all your magnificent pieces of art, you pay homage to some of the most beautiful pieces of automotive engineering built ever!!!
I know technology and big corporations and commerce issues, nowadays just bring down records and lap times, but I will always be devoted to those "all times", iconic great cars and heroes.
Having said that. proudly I can presume about having the chance to personally breath and inhale the atmosphera of the racetrack, even hearing some of those heroes talking out of their cockpits or preparing to set a fast lap, running down the long straight of the track.
When you get to hear and see some of those roaring monsters passing right in front of your eyes, sometimes you only get to see a colored flashing moving objective passing like a bolt, just an instant before applying the brakes...
It really charged my soul for the rest of my life.
Besides all this, among my most appreciated belongings I keep some old magazine almost completely signed by Lauda, Prost, Berger, Piquet, Rosberg "Sr", Mansell, and of course the "White Unicorn".
Senna on the First Page.
I barely remember watching Pedro Rodriguez. but since I was a little child,- among other local good drivers -, I even have watched just once to Schumacher, whom, in my humble opinion, all in all, despite his 7 world tittles, I really don´t consider as the best race driver. Nor Prost or another bunch of good race pilots. (Keep on mind that, both, -Prost and Schumacher- due to Balestre´s FIA, Ecclestone´s F1, marketing, corporative, political and financial interests-, obtained their world titles with tumbled dices.
These days I consider Vettel as the Driver, all people and media wanted to make them believe Schumacher was , as an out of the league world champion, without really being that driver at all.
So, please believe me when I say:
Although, there was a lot of good race drivers, other outstanding real magicians behind the steering wheel, then champions, yet another more short list of amazing drivers and a maybe a couple of true Legends. And only one "Saint Ayrton".
Please forgive me about all this "Brief Note" and my misspellings and grammar issues. English is not my original language, but I wanted to make my point and saying to you that I really enjoyed going thru your whole gallery.
PS: If you visit my own gallery you can see some of my humble attempts at trying to present my sincere " In memoriam" respects for two of them.