The new season is nearly on us and there is much anticipation in the F1 world. What does the testing mean? What will happen in Australia? And will that be the pattern for the season? It is a time of questions and excitement. It is time for GP+ subscribers to renew for the season ahead. If you haven’t signed up already, it is a good moment so you don’t miss the season preview.
If you are not a subscriber, then have a think about it.We publish GP+ as the mechanics are stripping down their cars after each race, while the winner is still celebrating his victory. There is no quicker way to know what happened. GP+ is the same as a paper magazine. E-magazines get to an audience quickly and economically – without needing to spend fortunes on printing, distribution and so on. It is no different to an old-fashioned paper magazine and in the case of GP+ you get to keep it as well. The magazine is in Portable Document Format (PDF), which means that you can download it and store it in your own devices.You need Internet access to download the magazine, but you don’t need to be online to read them.
Thanks to new technology, we can blow the socks off paper magazines and GP+ is ready for reading about six hours after the chequered flag at every Grand Prix. This is possible because we are at every race.It is in many ways an old-fashioned magazine. It is written and illustrated by three full-time F1 reporters and one part-timer. Between us we have attended more than 2,000 Grands Prix (which means that we have more than 100 years of F1 experience between us). We are passionate, we are knowledgeable and we are sufficiently well-connected to get to the people who matter, in order to bring you real insight into the sport.
We don’t think there is another magazine anywhere in the world with that kind of history. We keep it simple. We report the qualifying and the races, we analyse the news, give insights into the people and organisations involved and, because we believe that history is important and helps us to understand the present and mould a successful future, we usually include historical features as well
A subscription for 2015 includes the 120-page season review of the 2014 season, so you will be bang up to date straight away. We also have the entire archive of the magazine (160 magazines) which are available for just £30. That means everything from mid-2007 to now.
GP+ is an amazing bargain. You get the whole year for £29.99. That includes 23 magazines: the 2014 Season Review, the 2015 Preview, 20 race issues and the 2015 season review.
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This is what our readers think…
“Haven’t missed an issue yet, and have just signed up for 2015. Easily the most interesting and best value insight into F1 around IMHO”.
“You never mention this, but the “+” part of GP+ – the F1 articles, not just the GP weekend stuff, are often my favourite part, especially if the GP itself was uneventful. The historical ones are always worth a read.”
“I can recommend this magazine to anyone considering. The race reports are exceptional.”
“I cannot recommend the magazine enough to anyone thinking of subscribing. If you can’t watch the race (often the case for me) it’s a terrific same-day alternative, and the features can’t be matched anywhere else. All this and a bargain as well…”
“What better way to get back in touch with the heart and soul of F 1 than reading GP+…”
“I’ve stopped buying Autosport. I’ve stopped buying Motorsport magazine, I’ve stopped everything, apart from GP+. What more do you need?”
“It’s worthwhile to have access to the archive too – I was lucky enough to get it earlier but it is still comparatively cheap. Always interesting to go back and read old magazines.”