Yes, it has finally happened: the Spanish Grand Prix chapter of my Senna versus Schumacher book is now finished! I’ve also made some changes throughout all the previous chapters, after having read all my scribblings two weeks ago. I’ll soon update the downloadable version of part I of The Encounter Down Under. Next up is the Canadian GP, which I’ll start writing next Tuesday.
Italian blogger reviews part I of my book
Italian blogger Giovanni Tufo reviewd part I of The Encounter Down Under — my Schumacher versus Senna alternate history of the 1994 F1 season. He posted his review last week. If you happen to read Italian, read the review on giovannitufo.com (opens in new window).
Almost 100 downloads
Wow, since I uploaded part I of my Schumacher versus Senna story, The Encounter Down Under, a week ago today, I’ve had close to 100 downloads. Thanks to all of you who’ve gone through the (albeit little) trouble.
I’m curious for your views on the story, so feel free to post any views right here.
Part I of Encounter Down Under available for download
Yes, finally, part I of The Encounter Down Under is available for download.
Read it, share it, copy, distribute and transmit it, as long as you attribute the work to me, and use in in a non-commercial way — a Creative Commons license applies.
And I’d like to hear what you think. So, feel free to comment below. I’m looking forward to your thoughts.
Part I of my story reaching conclusion
I’m ready to start work on the San Marino Grand Prix chapter. This means that part I of my Senna versus Schumacher story reaches its conclusion. This first part of ‘The Encounter Down Under’ deals with the opening moves of the 1994 Formula One season, and consists of unchanged history:
- A season preview
- The Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos
- The Pacific GP at Aida, Japan
- And the fateful San Marino race at Imola
Only at the end of the final chapter of the first part, I diverge from factual history, as Ayrton Senna survives his accident. Part II of my alternate F1 history then elaborates on this diversion, and sees Senna return to the wheel of his Williams-Renault at the Monaco Grand Prix.
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