Out Now, a new F1 book which seeks to answer:



– What did Senna hear on Schumacher’s Benetton at Aida 1994?



– Why was concealed launch control later found within Schumacher’s car?



– Why did Schumacher’s 1994 teammates all struggled?



– Why did Benetton received no serious punishments after the Hockenheim fire?



– Why did Schumacher & Benetton feel scapegoated after their Silverstone & Spa Penalties?



– Did a return to simpler cars contribute towards the 1994 accidents?



– Was the 1994 championship manipulated?



The book contains exclusive contributions from former F1 driver Mark Blundell, Benetton insiders; Willem Toet, Frank Dernie, Simon Morley (the “junior employee” blamed for the Hockenheim fire), Christian Silk & Joan Villadelprat. Antony John Dennis (a Benetton Ford Electronics expert) and Williams’ insiders Paul West & Richard Wise. It has over 250 photos which help bring this story to life and many are rare. The book merely presents the new/forgotten evidence thus allowing you to decide what happened. You will be astonished at what is unearthed.


Concealed Launch Control was found on Schumacher’s Benetton. Legal in 1993, but outlawed for 1994, Benetton claimed it was redundant and the FIA, was unable or unwilling to penalise them. Did Schumacher use it?
“The consequences for any team or driver found to be cheating will be mind-blowing.”
Max Mosley, FIA President
“I’m fairly confident we are kosher”
Ross Brawn, Benetton’s Technical Director