Sky Sports F1 mark 20th anniversary of 1993 European Grand Prix

One of Ayrton Senna's greatest races part of Classic F1 series

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 08/04/13 11:55pm

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To mark the 20th anniversary of arguably Ayrton Senna's greatest race, Sky Sports F1 will be screening the 1993 European Grand Prix on Thursday 11th April.

In tricky conditions at Donington Park the McLaren driver put on a master class in front of the British fans to dominate the race.

April showers ensured grip levels at the track were rarely the same lap-to-lap, but Senna tamed the conditions to lap everyone except for the second-placed Damon Hill.

The 30-minute highlight package will air at 7pm on Thursday night and will be repeated after Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying at 8:45am on Saturday morning and again at 12:30pm on Sunday.

If that is not enough for your nostalgic side, five classic Chinese GP will be screened in the lead up to the race (as will be the case for every race in 2013) starting at 8pm on Tuesday night.

Tuesday 9th April
8pm - 2007 Chinese Grand Prix
10:15pm - 2008 Chinese Grand Prix

Wednesday 10th April
8pm - 2009 Chinese Grand Prix
10:30pm - 2010 Chinese Grand Prix

Thursday 11th April
7pm - 1993 European Grand Prix (Highlights)
8pm - 2011 Chinese Grand Prix

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