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Written by Ben Branch | October 13th 2013
The 1990 Monaco Grand Prix was a dramatic affair, the young French newcomer Jean Alesi was setting a remarkably quick pace and Ayrton Senna was feeling the heat. The race would be a battle of attrition between the two men and the whole affair was commentated by none other than Murray Walker.
The full race is 2:26:23 long, meaning you’ll need to get some snacks and a fresh coffee before hitting play.
The image of Ayrton Senna hammering it around Monaco below is 1600 x 1076 pixels in size, so if you’d like to use it as your wallpaper you can click it to load the full-size version.
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