Ayrton's Wish Shows The Children Who Benefit From The Senna Legacy

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Ayrton Senna wanted children in Brazil to have access to an education. The short film Ayrton's Wish, created in partnership with Gran Turismo 6, documents how Senna's legacy has been carried. Director Tamir Moscivici, who was also behind KAZ: Pushing the Virtual Divide, will be in the comments answering questions.

The Ayrton Senna Institute, created by Senna's sister Viviane, in the years since the driver's death been able to give opportunity to children who likely never would have been able to escape poverty. In the documentary, the institute's goal is to give children a complete education, including life skills. In 20 years, the institute claims to have benefitted more than 2 million children.


In honor of Senna, Gran Turismo 6 has launched a special site with more information about Ayrton the institute that bears his name.