In this issue;
Button in his own words – Why I really quit F1: “Ron told me to take a year off”
Plus Jenson’s fast future – Le Mans? Triathlon? F1? “I’ll be fitter than ever if I do come back”
Massa: Paddock favourite quizzed by his F1 rivals
Vandoorne – Why McLaren had to use him or lose him
Moss & Hunt – The lost interview
History of F1 – Pt 11: F1 for sale
In this issue;
The case for Kimi- why Ferrari need ‘the Iceman’ more than ever
Brain or Balls? How an F1 driver’s body really works
Find out who’s hot and who’s not- Mid term report
Lewis Hamilton – Why its wrong to hate this man. Loved. Hated. Misjudged. Explained.
F1 on fire! With Alonso in Baku: Formula 1’s ‘Fire City
Senna’s rocketship – The turbo Lotus that took eight poles
History of F1 p6. 6. How the ‘garagistes’ rose to conquer
And much, much more!
This week’s cover feature takes an in depth look at the relationship between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, with Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff talking intelligently and insightfully about the relationship between the pair in a must-read article by Ian Parkes.
We also have coverage of Hames Hinchcliffe’s remarkable run to Indy 500 pole position – a year and a day after his potentially-fatal accident at The Brickyard, as well as Mitchell Adam’s report of Jorge Lorenzo’s stunning MotoGP victory at Mugello.
David Evans tells the story of Kris Meeke’s second World Rally Championship event victory in Portugal, while Simon Strang explains the reasons behind Stefan Wilson racing at the Indy 500 less than a year after brother Justin’s death at Pocono.
We also have coverage of the DTM, European F3, NASCAR, TCR International, Formula 3.5 V8 and V8 Supercars, as well as all the usual national and club racing coverage – including Marcus Pye’s ever-popular Humble Pye column.
Please note, we are experiencing longer than normal delivery times, especially with overseas orders, as the postal service Christmas rush has begun.