As you are likely aware, today – May 1st – marks the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Formula 1 San Marino GP – a race which saw the loss of both Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger. There have been some great stories and films posted this week remembering that tragic time, and one of the best I’ve seen is the 43-minute documentary film from Sky Sports F1. It looks at the events of that tragic race and the 1994 F1 season itself, through the eyes of Senna’s ’94 teammate Damon Hill, and Ratzenberger’s teammate David Brabham. Not only do the two drivers recollect the fateful day, but they return to Imola two decades on to pay tribute to their fallen friends. It’s very well done and quite worth the watch.