Artificial intelligence refreshed Ayrton Senna's run at the Monaco GP in 1990 We can see the refreshed movie in HD and 60 frames per second. Maybe the image quality is not amazing, but the shots were shot with a simple camera placed on the car, and the events took place 30 years ago.

Ayrton Senna, a Brazilian racing driver, three-time Formula 1 world champion, died in an accident at the track in Imola, Italy in 1994. Until the last moment, he did what he loved, which was to drive the car on one of the most difficult tracks in the world.

His fans decided to refresh a few movies with him and his cars in the lead role, thanks to the power of artificial intelligence. In one of the footage, we can see Senna rushing through the world's most complex street track at the 1990 Monaco Grand Prix.

Back then, the cars were not as technologically advanced and as safe as racing vehicles today. Practically at a speed well over 200 km / h, hitting the board, you could die on the spot. The driving experience was therefore much more intense than it is today, which you can feel when watching these videos.

As an automotive journalist Liam Freeman said in his tweet, the new improvements make the video more vivid. This is not exactly what we are seeing on Sunday now, but in some ways it is better. After all, the cars of that era had clean, uncontaminated performance and were operated by real adventurers who valued racing superiority over their own safety.