After quite some time without any news at all, here’s a bombshell: we picked a publication date for our book:
On Thursday 14 May 2015 we will launch ‘Senna versus Schumacher and Other Formula One Rivalries That Never Happened’.
Why this date? Well, the (fatal) accidents that never happened in our stories, in real life happened in the time frame between late April and late May:
- Stirling Moss: April 23rd, 1962
- Ayrton Senna: May 1st, 1994
- Gilles Villeneuve: May 8th, 1982
- Alberto Ascari: May 26th, 1955
Along with the publication date, we announce 2 suprises:
- We have an internationally renowned guest author writing the foreword for the book.
- There will be a 5th story in the book, by an other author, that you will find very interesting.
Both authors will be announced in the 2 months that are left between today and the launch of the book.
We’ll keep you posted!
Today in 1994, Ayrton Senna died in a crash at the Imola circuit. It was seen around the world, writes Keith Collantine over at F1Fanatic.co.uk. Senna’s death was the second that dreadful weekend in Imola, Italy.
As of today, our story ‘Senna versus Schumacher’ is available for free download. It features Rubens Barrichello’s crash, as well as Roland Ratzenberger’s and Senna’s… but Senna survives to battle Michael Schumacher for Formula One supremacy.
The ‘Senna versus Schumacher’ story is available for download as of Thursday 1 May 00.00 o’clock.
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Today in 1994 Roland Ratzenberger’s death at the San Marino Grand Prix stunned Formula One. It was one of two lethal accident that horrid weekend, writes Keith Collantine over at F1 Fanatic.
Tomorrow, Thursday 1 May, we will launch our story ‘Senna versus Schumacher’. It features Rubens Barrichello’s crash, as well as Roland Ratzenberger’s and Ayrton Senna’s… but Senna survives his accident to battle Michael Schumacher for Formula One supremacy.
Ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna, Max Mosley claims the horror of Imola resulted in a legacy which has benefited us all.
Check out the full article at Pitpass.com