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F1 Racing UK

November 2019

Every month, its stunning photography and unrivalled journalism gives readers unparalleled access to the world of grand prix racing. F1 Racing captures the drama, asks the questions, and delivers the comment on Formula 1 - one of the most popular and exciting sports in the world.

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is the dream over for valtteri?

The last three Russian Grands Prix tell the story of Valtteri Bottas’ Mercedes career in microcosm. In 2017 he claimed his maiden F1 victory at Sochi, overtaking both Ferraris and fending off Sebastian Vettel while Lewis Hamilton languished in fourth amid Mercedes’ early-season tyre woes. That race marked Valtteri’s arrival as a potential top-line grand prix driver. He should have won last year’s edition too but by then, with another 31 races in the books, the dynamic within Mercedes had shifted considerably. Having failed to become a proper factor in the title races of 2017 and 2018, by the time the circus returned to Sochi Bottas was cast firmly in a subjugate role, told to give up what would have been his only victory of last season to boost Hamilton’s score. Fast…

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contributors

SCOTT MITCHELL After joining sister title Autosport in 2013 to work on the national desk, Mitchell moved up to F1 in '18. His take on Honda's rise is on p58 ANDREW BENSON Having been with the BBC for 19 years, these days you'll hear Benson on their F1 radio output. His Valtteri Bottas interview starts on p48 GLENN DUNBAR In the summer Dunbar became a proud father for the first time. Since then he's been busy shooting Pérez (p46) and Hülkenberg (p84) ROBERTO CHINCHERO The respected journalist for motorsport.com and Sky F1 Italia visited the centre of Milan for Ferrari's 90th anniversary event (p78)…

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f1 racing uk

Team principals Editor Ben Anderson Editor in chief Andrew van de Burgt President, Motorsport Network James Allen Chief executive officer Yavor Efremov Drivers Group managing editor Stewart Williams Executive editor Stuart Codling Associate editor James Roberts Art editor Frank Foster Pit crew Head photographer Steven Tee Technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge Columnists Edd Straw Pat Symonds Mark Gallagher Nigel Roebuck Photo agency Motorsport Images Director, global client success Sunita Davies Production controller Ben Webster Advertising UK sales manager Ben Fullick Subscriptions Digital marketing manager Kaye Benfield…

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parade

Vettel’s win drought comes to an end Singapore is always one of my favourite events of the year, as racing at night offers some brilliantly atmospheric photographic opportunities. In the Marina Bay parc fermé there was a giant screen which I decided to use as a backdrop, so I positioned myself on the other side of the pen. Sebastian Vettel is always happy to celebrate and, after not winning for over a year, I knew that it was going to be a pretty emotional moment. I was surrounded by his mechanics, who were screaming his name as he lifted himself from his Ferrari and in his body language you can sense his relief. Photographer Steven Tee Where Marina Bay, Singapore When 10.15pm, Sunday 22 September 2019 Details Canon EOS-1DX MkII, 70mm lens, 1/500th @ F2.8 Rush hour on the…

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f1 insider

01 CIVIL WAR BREWS AT FERRARI Ferrari has found itself facing what F1 chief Ross Brawn calls a ‘potentially explosive’ situation between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc. Matters have reached a point where team principal Mattia Binotto held separate ‘clear-the-air’ talks with his two drivers ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. Ferrari’s return to form since the summer break – particularly after a successful technical upgrade for Singapore – has come with an unexpected cost. Tensions have grown between the two drivers as Leclerc’s confidence has grown, and Vettel has attempted to reassert himself as team leader after a run of poor results. Vettel appeared to be on the ropes after Italy, where he suffered an embarrassing in-race spin on the day Leclerc became the tifosi’s darling thanks to a well-judged…

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f1 digest

17.09.19 Channel 4 will continue to show highlights of F1 races and live coverage of the British GP in the UK in a new “multi-year” deal 19.09.19 Robert Kubica announces he will not continue with Williams beyond the end of the current season 20.09.19 Ferrari unveil an updated aerodynamic package for Singapore featuring a revised nose 21.09.19 Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton rubbish an idea to have reversed grids in F1 24.09.19 Alfa Romeo are unsuccessful in their bid to have their German GP penalties overturned 27.09.19 The FIA delays the introduction of a standard supplier of brake system and friction materials from 2021 28.09.19 Toro Rosso consider name change to AlphaTauri for 2020 03.10.19 A Spanish F1 team is evaluating entering the sport in 2021 with Pascal Wehrlein as one of its drivers 11.10.19 Japanese driver Naoki…

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