With one of the most famous surnames in motor sport, Bruno Senna has established himself as a world-class driver in his own right. The nephew of three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna, the Brazilian has competed in and won races across the world.
Senna began pursuing his racing career in Europe, starting in Formula BMW and soon moving into British Formula Three. He stepped up to GP2 in 2007, the feeder series to Formula One. Two successful seasons followed, the highlights being a win in Monaco and finishing second overall in the 2008 championship.
He made the move into Formula One in 2010, racing with the short-lived Hispania Racing team before moving on to stints with Renault and Williams, competing in 46 Grands Prix overall. He then switched to sportscar racing with Aston Martin, enjoying a number of victories.
Senna was recently announced as a driver for the Mahindra Racing team in the newly established Formula E championship, alongside his friend and former ‘Ask A Pro’, Karun Chandhok.