The GP+ Review of the F1 Season is now ready for subscribers to download. It is the largest ever issue of GP+, at an impressive 126 pages – but being electronic it takes up no more space. The review looks at all aspects of the F1 season that has just finishing, with analysis of each team and each driver. There is a look at the political scene, interviews with Max Verstappen and Ron Dennis, some new ideas about how F1 could change in the future and insights into how F1 is doing with social media. We also review Mark Webber’s biography and remember the late Peter Westbury.
– JS argues that technology is important
– DT argues that too much technology is a bad idea
– The Hack writes about prizegivings, from Medellin in Colombia
– The magazine features the very best photos of the year from Peter Nygaard and his talented team.
If you don’t know GP+, you really should… It is the ultimate magazine for Formula 1 fans. It is like F1 magazines used to be before the Internet came along. The staff of GP+ are established and respected members of the F1 circus. We attend all the races and we know the right people. What we want more than anything is to share our passion for the sport with the fans – and give them a taste of what the F1 world is really like.
The magazine is packed full of good stories, great features and fun.
GP+ is published in PDF format, so you can download it and keep it in your computer, tablet or even your smartphone.
There is nothing like it, and it’s a great bargain. We are now signing up for 2016… Don’t miss it. Be quick because our early bird price of £29.99 for 23 issues is unbeatable. It won’t last long. And if you are still looking for Christmas gifts for an F1 fan in your family, this is quick and easy…
For more information, go to http://www.grandprixplus.com.