Ultimately, it was McLaren’s Ayrton Senna who took the higher step on the 1992 German Grand Prix podium, taking second to Michael Schumacher’s third (Williams’ Nigel Mansell would win the race). But, it is nice to know that the two legends-in-the-making discussed it. And, though Senna won the German Grand Prix three times (all at Hockenheim, 1988-1990), it was the German driver who would take the higher number of wins at his home race. By a whopping one win (also all at Hockenheim, in 1995, 2002, 2004, and 2006). But, who is counting? Come on. It’s Schumacher and Senna, for crying out loud!