From South American football's greatest rivalry to the most glamorous race in the world, we present the ultimate sporting bucket listMore
Modern F1 is a different beast entirely to the daring, cavalier heyday of Senna and co, the sport having ascended (or descended depending on your view) into the realm of impossibly tuned cars, lifeless drivers and endless political squabbles.
What has remained unchanged, however, is the inimitable allure of Monte Carlo. Maybe it's the decadence, maybe it's the glorious setting, or maybe it's because it was Senna's favourite - either way, nothing captures the spirit of motor racing quite like it.
Bonus points if you can take it in harbourside, on a yacht of course.
St Andrews might be the spiritual home of golf, but Augusta, Georgia is its Shangri La. The first of the four majors held each year, the famous green jacket - awarded to the eventual conqueror of the hallowed course - has long been the most coveted prize in the game.
From Arnold Palmer's legendary final day duels with Jack Nicklaus, to the emergence of crowd favourites Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth, a clear view of the final rounds in Augusta is inevitably a chance to witness sporting history.