Despite some troubles with Spanish wiring and website building technology, we have still managed to get GP+ to you just six hours after the race…
Formula 1 returned to Europe with the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. The story was much the same as it has been at the early races of the year with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg battling for victory and the lead in the World Championship. It was a close run thing with Lewis hanging on by his fingertips as Nico closed in. Another lap and it might have been a different story. His fourth consecutive victory means that Lewis has finally got ahead of Nico in the title race but the pair are just three points apart as the F1 circus heads to Monaco.
This week’s GrandPrix+ features
– Homage to Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger 20 years after Imola
– We look at the planned Grands Prix in Russia and Azerbaijan
– We remember Nigel Stepney
– Senna and Piquet at war
– DT takes the side of the small F1 teams
– JS hits the road
– While Peter Nygaard and his team capture Barcelona in all its glory
GP+ is a racing magazine like racing magazines used to be, but is published in electronic form in PDF format, so you can read it on a laptop or a tablet. We take you behind the scenes in the F1 paddock and explain what is really going on. We have forthright opinions and we don’t care if we knock noses out of joint. There are plenty of fascinating stories from Grand Prix history as well, plus great photography and old style reporting, giving you a blow-by-blow account of what happened, both in qualifying and in the race, so you have a proper record which can stay in your computer for years to come.
It’s a real bargain. You get 22 issues for £29.99, covering the entire 2014 Formula 1 season. And all for the price of a pizza and a couple of drinks. And if that is not value for money, we don’t know what is.
For more information, go to http://www.grandprixplus.com.