I'm sorry, that's not going to help you I'm afraid nor is the rather tenuous get-out the FIA used of having no evidence it had been used. You certainly don't get away with that excuse at scrutineering. The naming convention of whatever system they had 'accidentally' left in there is neither here nor there I'm afraid. Beyond finding it the FIA didn't confirm what it was actually doing, which would have been most handy. One wonders why they did not.alesifan wrote: ↑Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:23 pm"the best evidence is that Benetton Formula Ltd. was not using "launch control" (an automatic start system) at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Had the evidence proved they were, the World Motor Sport Council would have been invited to exclude them from the World Championship. Given the evidence available, such a course of action would obviously have been wrong."
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/bene ... 55/?nrt=54
Please also don't get TC & LC confused.
It's a getting little pathetic how desperately you're trying to defend this.
Senna had been using the throttle in a similar fashion for years. It also doesn't explain the tell-tale engine note of traction control out of corners that he felt he could hear I'm afraid or more importantly the system that was found in the car.Can you provide any evidence that heavy braking LFB (i.e. the 2nd trace) was possible before 1994?
Left foot braking and using the throttle to keep the car balanced has been around long before 1994, and you've ignored just about every other post on it in this thread. You're attempting to split a lot of hairs, and it's rather sad to see.
Alas, you have done no such thing and at this juncture both you and the FIA need to prove they didn't use it. The assumption is they did because it was on the car and was a huge advantage to have. No one has proved it wasn't used, as they had claimed. You might have spent some time satisfying your confirmation bias, but sadly, that is all you have done here.munudeges wrote:"Almost certainly did" is not good enough for me & as such I've spent the last 5 years researching if Benetton were guilty or innocent......