Proud Galleries presents Ayrton Senna exhibition by Keith Sutton 6 March, 2014 Press Release: To mark the 30th anniversary of his debut and the 20th anniversary of his legacy, Proud Galleries presents the official Ayrton Senna exhibition, an exhilarating celebration of the man considered the world’s greatest racing driver. Working in partnership with Sutton Images and the Ayrton Senna Institute, this collection of photographs, taken by Keith Sutton, charts Senna’s titanic career. From his beginnings in Formula Ford to his domination of Formula 1 for 10 years until his accident at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Keith Sutton is indisputably Formula 1’s best known photographer. His relationship with Senna began when the young Formula Ford driver approached Keith in 1981 enquiring if he was a professional photographer. “When I said I was, he said he needed photos of him racing sending to Brazil on a regular basis. On that day he won his first race and I got some great photos of him celebrating on the podium late in the evening”. So began the working relationship and friendship that would see Keith photographing this prodigious Brazilian talent and handling all his public relations. “From the moment I first photographed him…I knew I was witnessing an incredibly charismatic and talented young racing driver who would one day go on to become one of Formula 1’s legends.” As their friendship blossomed, Keith continued to photograph Senna throughout his career both on the racetrack and in more private moments, creating the largest archive of this intense and forceful personality. Proud Galleries is honoured to present this stunning collection of photographs commemorating the life and incredible talent of a man who would touch the limit and go boldly beyond. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsHamilton: Ayrton Senna will always be my main manProst: My breakdown with Senna started at Imola in 1989Stewart and Prost removed from front of Senna’s coffinAlonso and Raikkonen lead thousands of fans at Imola 1994 memorialTodt: We owe Ayrton and Roland both a profound debt of gratitudeAyrton Senna – Donington 1993 was the greatest first lap in Formula 1 historyAyrton Senna – A rare interview with the much missed legendAyrton Senna – Sutton Images commemorates the life of a legendRoland Ratzenberger: Gone but never to be forgottenChinese Grand Prix: Drivers’ press conference full transcript Tamburello1994 A couple of those I’ve never seen before and I didn’t think that was possible. Simply the best.