World champion Ayrton Senna of Brazil lapped everyone but his McLaren-Honda teammate Gerhard Berger in the San Marino Grand Prix on Sunday, winning his third straight Formula One race.
Senna's 29th career victory extended his lead in the championship standings to 30 points and boosted his chances to capture his third world drivers' title in four years.Senna, who won Formula One races in Phoenix and Brazil earlier this year, completed 61 laps in 1 hour, 35 minutes, 14.75 seconds. He averaged 191.304 mph. Berger finished second, 1.67 seconds behind his teammate, and moved up to second place in the championship standings. Jirki Jarvi Lehto of Finland was third in a Dallara-Judd, one lap behind the leaders.
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