Just when we thought it was all over and Formula 1 was degenerating into more whinging and griping about the future, the World Championship lit up in Malaysia as Ferrari came from the shadows and beat Mercedes fair and square. It was all down to temperature and how the tyres worked on the different cars, but there was no disputing the fact that Ferrari got it right and Sebastian Vettel drove to an emotional first victory with Ferrari, lapping his old team’s cars a few laps from the finish. It was a terrific race, filled with excitement and interest and produced a totally unexpected result. And Max Verstappen blew the record for the youngest ever points scorer into little pieces, taking more than two years off the mark set last year by Daniil Kvyat…
In GP+ this week…
– We talk to Bernie Ecclestone about what F1 needs
– We wonder if there are better options
– We look at the demise of the German GP
– Niki Lauda tells it as it is
– Fernando Alonso doesn’t…
– DT tells the F1 losers to stop whinging
– JS looks at F1’s love affair with Malaysia
– …and The Hack tours Australia
– Peter Nygaard was busy snapping on track and in the paddock.
GP+ is the fastest magazine in the Formula 1 world. It is published as the mechanics are still wiping down the cars after each and every race. It appears in PDF format so that you can read it on your computer, your tablet and even on your smartphone, but it’s an old style racing magazine in a modern format. It goes right to the heart of the sport, inside the F1 Paddock. We are there at every race and we get to the people that matter. We are also passionate about the history of the sport and love to share it with our readers.
GP+ is an amazing bargain. You get 21 issues for £29.99, covering the entire 2015 Formula 1 season.
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