Grand Prix of San Marino 1994. During the test session, Barrichello left the track at 320 km/h and is doing miraculously. March 31, Ratzenberger was killed during testing. May 1, at 2:18 p.m., Senna promises waving Austrian flag on the arrival of the Grand Prix, in honor of Ratzenbergzer. Shortly after departure, cars collide and a wheel flew to the stands 3 spectators and injuring a policeman. A new start is given. Author of his 65th pole position, Senna leading the race when he lost control of his car that goes hit a concrete wall at 300 km/h. 2 billion viewers watch, live. Senna will not survive. It is declared officially dead, at the end of the day.