1 Minute 46 Seconds personifies the race track itself, recalling the heroic attitude of Ayrton Senna when faced with the serious accident suffered by his racing colleague Frenchman Erik Comas in the 1992 GP practice. With a bold narrative, the film is the result of a mix of animation techniques. Scenes are shown from the bottom up, and taking the point of view of the track the film recounts the moment the Senna driver brakes the car to help Comas, who had crashed into a wall of tires.
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