In defence of Honda, they were constrained by the token system which meant they could never catch up. It took the removal of the tokens for Honda to be given a fair chance. I had a late night watching the documentary on ITV4 (I think) about Senna. That clearly called out favouritism towards Prost by the FIA, that was run by a Frenchman. What I think was good though was the filming of drivers meetings with the FIA were Senna was quite vocal. I also liked the filming of Ron Dennis presenting evidence of the use of the escape lane with chicanes that caused Senna's disqualification but other drivers were not. It was good to see the basis for decisions and disputes and driver passion. We need more of that openness. Prost performed moves that you could credit Vettel with, deliberately driving into Senna. Senna drove with passion, argued for drivers to be allowed to go for it otherwise it is not racing. The sport has become clinical since, but 2 deaths in that fateful weekend, it is not surprising. There is no doubt Senna was special, but it also was a different era, we lost something along the way though. I think steward meetings should be filmed, as should all major decisions. This should be brought back. Was it Bernie who closed the door on these meetings?