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Ayrton Senna’s Humble 2-Bedroom Bungalow Sells in Norwich

Most sportsmen's homes don't come cheap—but in the case of a humble two-bedroom bungalow in Norwich, Norfolk, estate agents admitted they didn't even know that the listing was once Ayrton Senna's address. The Brazilian Formula 1 world champion died in tragic circumstances in 1994, but before he made it in the premier tier of motor racing, he was plying his trade in Formula Ford in the early 1980s. Amusing story about Ayrton Senna's bungalow in Norwich..! — James Allen (@Jamesallenonf1) May 29, 2015 He rented the house with his wife. It has, according to the Daily Mirror, been sold for its guide price of between £210,000 and £215,000. The newspaper also quoted...

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