We’re off to Melbourne tomorrow to see whether or not Ferrari has managed to close the gap to Mercedes AMG Petronas; to see whether Lewis Hamilton’s high life in the fashion world has resulted in him losing any speed (yeah, right!) and to see what the pecking order will be in F1 in 2016. It’s an exciting time. Off-track Formula 1 is running out of toes to blast either foot with top names saying daft things about the sport, but the focus in Albert Park will (hopefully) be on the racing cars and the men behind the steering wheels.
We have a full preview of the season ahead, analysing each team and the F1 circus in general. The magazine, which is more than 100 pages, also features…
– Renault’s return to team ownership
– Gene Haas’s F1 ambitions
– Britain’s new F1 driver, Jolyon Palmer
– A man of many talents, René Dreyfus
– And we remember departed friends Alan Henry and Tyler Alexander
– JS bucks the trends and looks at the driver market for 2017!
– DT struggles with the idea of haloes in F1
– The Hack ponders ethics in Germans (Ooh er..) and F1 television
– Peter and Lise Nygaard show us some great art from the Barcelona tests
If you don’t know what GP+ is, then you should take a look. If you want to know more about the sport this is the magazine for you. The staff of GP+ are part of the furniture of F1. We go to all the races and we want to share our passion for the sport with the fans. We are happy to fight for it and we don’t hold back on our opinions. The magazine is packed full of stories, features, fun and a taste of what it is like to be part of the F1 circus.
The magazine is published a few hours after each race. It is an e-magazine, in PDF format, so you can download it and keep it in your own computer, tablet or even on your smartphone.
There is nothing like it, and it’s a real bargain. Don’t miss it.
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