Last weekend, a short book review of ‘Senna versus Schumacher’ appeared on the F1Podcast blog: “What-If … these F1 drivers hadn’t died?”
A few quotes from the review:
“The authors wrote a fictional account of how the rivalry between these drivers might have played out if Senna had survived Imola in 1994. It is a great read, insightful and highly recommended book.
“It’s an excellent concept and a huge amount of research, dedication and love went into writing it. It’s very well written and I would recommend any F1 fan to pick-up a copy.
“I believe there should be more F1 fiction and this book is a great example of how good it can be. These stories really make you think about what might have been. An excellent book!”
Read the review on Blogspot and follow F1Podcast on Twitter.
‘Senna versus Schumacher and other Formula One rivalries that never happened’ is now on the Dutch Octane Magazine’s website.
Both Auto Motor Klassiek and Het Automobiel mentioned ‘Senna versus Schumacher and other Formula One rivalries that never happened’ in their latest issues.
Yesterday, Mattijs and Christiaan were interviewed by well-known autosport journalist and TV commentator Rick Winkelman on his AllSportsRadio show ‘Maximum Speed Radio’.
Here’s the interview, starting at around 10:55:
Today, March 21st 2010, would’ve been Ayrton Senna da Silva’s 50th birthday. Sadly, the Brazilian only lived to see 34.
Autsport.com has a beautiful gallery of Senna’s finest (and worst) moments, check it out.