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In reality, by Brazilian naming customs, it is Bruno Senna Lalli with his maternal name being the more important one and by the most commonly used one.Tvx1 (talk) , 21 October 2013 (UTC)I think you are offering personal guesswork. This indicates that there is no increased importance placed on either the maternal or paternal name, unlike Spanish naming customs which strongly promote the paternal name, although the most common practice is to simplify the surname string to the last (i.e. However, this is not universal and in practice it is up to the individual as to how they use their surnames on anything other than legal documents.Once these issues have been addressed, the article can be renominated.Editors may also seek a reassessment of the decision if they believe there was a mistake.In Ayrton's case Senna originates from his maternal grandmother, da Silva from his paternal grandmother.In Portuguese and Brazilian naming customs the maternal family names are the more important ones and are the ones that are passed through many generations.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Motorsport, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Motorsport on Wikipedia.
At some point working backwards from "this driver won the championship" to "this driver had egg and chips for breakfast on the 12th of May 1974" the information simply becomes too mundane to include in a general encyclopedia.You do realize that Bruno received his family name Senna Lalli well before it was known whether there was any sponsorship prospect in having "another yellow-helmeted Senna", do you? Bruno was even born before his uncle even took part in his first Grand Prix. So, Senna owned this record for more than a decade. But then again you also said Adelaide was not a street circuit so you appear to have a skewed view on the subject.He was named Senna Lalli, and not da Silva Pereira, in accordance with Brazilian naming customs. I made a third suggestion, that is quoting the records he owned during his lifetime and got it broken still alive: Mostly, the records set for a season(wins, poles, laps and kms led) in 1988 and also wins from the start of a season (1991). However as you've had to research the topic it suggests you've researched and calculated the record yourself.Why did AS race under his maternal and not his paternal name? His rival Nelson Piquet happened to do the same thing but for a reason as the WP article tells.It would be interesting for the reader to learn why Senna did it too.