Sebastian Vettel equalled Alberto Ascari’s record on consecutive victories in Formula 1, with his ninth win in a row at Interlagos. It was not without drama and tension but Vettel seemed to be in control throughout. Mark Webber finished a popular second in his last F1 race, while Fernando Alonso gave the red team’s fans something to cheer about after a pretty miserable season.
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In this week’s issue:
We all look back at Mark Webber’s career and how we have enjoyed working with him.
We interview Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull’s new rising star
We ask Christian Horner if he is really going to take over from Bernie
We take a look back the GP3 season
We look at the fitness required to be an F1 driver
And we remember the Martini F1 team
DT enthuses about Interlagos and JS suggests that we should all go racing in the West Indies…
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