Here is the chance for one lucky Motor Sport reader to win a chromed sculpture of Nigel Mansell giving Formula 1 rival Ayrton Senna a lift on his Williams FW14 at the 1991 British Grand Prix.
Worth £200, this limited-edition work of art has been signed by Mansell himself.
Cast your mind back to that care-free summer almost 30 years ago. Bryan Adams was in his second of 16 weeks at the top of the UK chart with (Everything I Do) I Do it For You, Apartheid had just ended in South Africa and Williams’ Nigel Mansell had found form and was chasing F1’s reigning champ Ayrton Senna. Mansell needed a win at the British GP and proved unstoppable, with pole, fastest lap and a comfortable finish.
On the final lap, Senna’s McLaren halted having run out of fuel despite his cockpit readouts telling him otherwise. In swept Mansell, who spotted Senna’s strife. The Brazilian hopped aboard and Mansell acted as cabbie to the driver who’d go on to win the title. It is one of F1’s unforgettable moments.