F1 » Verstappen alleges Benetton 'cheating'

Jos Verstappen suggests that Benetton ran illegal parts in 1994 to help Michael Schumacher win his first F1 title

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stevyweavy - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 10:25 AM

Old non-news. So basically you have no proof to back up your claims. It may well be true but what is the point now unless you are hoping to be paid for a few paragraphs in a newspaper.

All of the top teams are still finding ways to "bend" the rules shall we say in pursuit of the top spot.

Ray Watson - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 10:59 AM

Jos the T**s,
He could never beat anybody with a wheelbarrow, net-alone a F1 car.

And since Michael has learned the tyres, has not done too bad this year, staying close and beating his young team mate on occasions. Jos wouldn't be able to stay with Michael in the same car now.

Suck it up Princess !!!


December 09, 2011 11:05 AM

Hmmm I'm thinking outside the box here Jos but maybe Michael was faster than you because he's a far better driver than you!

This is the same level of drivel that Michael Andretti used as an excuse for Senna destroying him at McLaren. "Ron Dennis did things with computers to make me look bad" No! your driving was crap that's what made you look bad!

F1init - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 11:16 AM

This is well known old news. It has been said many time that the FIA can only stop cheating if they can prove it. It was said to be well known inside F1 that the electronics "box" for Schumacher's Benetton was "unique" and handled by "select" people. The FIA didn't have the technology to find out what it did and they got away with it.
Schumacher, Brawn and 'extras' all moved to Ferrari. To catch cheats you have to be able to prove that they are cheating or have the will and want to prove they are cheating.
With the FIArrari that's never going to happen.

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