Steve Matchett was a member of Benetton's highly successful Grand
Prix team, and here he tells the extraordinary story of the
momentous 1994 season. Matchett writes about the death of Ayrton
Senna, the Hockenheim fire, disqualifications - as the Benetton and
Williams teams fought tooth and nail for the drivers championship.
The final showdown came in Adelaide, the last race of the season,
with the controversial accident when Schumacher of Benetton and
Hill of Williams collided. Steve Matchett was the rear jack man in
the Benetton pit lane team, and was himself engulfed in the
terrible fire at Hockenheim. His story of the frantic and unending
behind-the-scenes activity in the effort to be the fastest and the
best in the world is a fascinating account of the high pressure
world of Formula One motor racing.
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