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F1 Racing UK

September 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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vettel needs to answer his critics

There is talk of a generational changing of the guard in F1 right now, as tech-savvy youngsters schooled on simulators, who race online against random members of the public – and each other – between grands prix, get set to take over the world. At the forefront of this is Max Verstappen, doing his best to stick it to Lewis Hamilton in a Red Bull-Honda that, though rapidly improving, is not yet properly a match for Mercedes. Hot on Max’s heels comes Charles Leclerc, seriously rapid yet still somewhat error-prone in a difficult-to-drive Ferrari. Meanwhile, fresh-faced rookies Alex Albon, Lando Norris and George Russell have all emerged as potential stars over the first half of 2019 (their seasons so far are analysed on page 58). Nico Rosberg rather pointedly thinks Hamilton is…

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contributors

ANDREW BENSON The BBC's man in the F1 paddock, Andrew Benson, got the chance to speak to Sebastian Vettel about his difficult season. See page 48 STUART CODLING A little known fact is that Stuart 'Codders' Codling's first job was for a TV listings company. Read his 'Flat Chat' column on p114 ANDY HONE As a fan of TV's Alan Partridge, snapper Hone certainly appreciated the sarcastic humour of Guenther Steiner. Turn to page 88 for the fun EDD STRAW During the summer shutdown Straw boarded another plane to enjoy some football in Sweden. His nonfootie column is on p26…

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f1 racing uk

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

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parade

Waiting for the dust to settle There was a different timetable at the Hungarian Grand Prix with the Formula 2 feature race being held early on Saturday morning, swapping with the F3 race which moved to the post-F1 qualifying slot. During the race, Ralph Boschung suffered an engine blow-up along the Hungaroring’s back straight. As a result the fast left-hander at Turn 4 was covered in oil. That meant F1’s FP3 was delayed by ten minutes as the marshals laid down white cement powder to help clear up the oil. One of the first drivers to run through Turn 4 was Daniil Kvyat, who sent plumes of white powder up into the air. Photographer Sam Bloxham Where Hungaroring, Hungary When 12.15pm, Saturday 3rd August 2019 Details Canon EOS-1DX MkII, 560mm lens, 1/1250th @ F5.6 Mutual respect after…

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f1 insider

01 FERRARI'S FIGHTBACK PLAN For a team that headed in to the 2019 season as most people’s favourite for success, Ferrari’s failure to even win a race so far in 2019 has prompted some deep soul-searching inside Maranello. After all, the winter move to push team boss Maurizio Arrivabene aside in favour of Mattia Binotto was supposed to have given Ferrari the impetus to make the final step from race winner to world champion. It has fallen far short of expectations. Most of the reasoning for that can be put down to its car philosophy for 2019. Its pursuit of a more aero-efficient design has proved ill-suited for this season – where having the ultimate downforce appears best for overall lap time and switching tyres on. As Binotto confessed to F1 Racing recently: “If…

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f1 digest

26.07.19 Spanish Grand Prix set for calendar reprieve 29.07.19 Alain Prost becomes director of Renault F1 parent company 01.08.19 Alfa Romeo’s German GP appeal to be heard in September 01.08.19 Unsafe pitstop releases to incur time penalties rather than fines 04.08.19 Teams agree to 22-race calendar next season 04.08.19 Toto Wolff rules out George Russell for Mercedes seat in 2020 07.08.19 Sebastian Vettel rates his season so far as 5/10 08.08.19 Mexico City agrees three-year extension to grand prix deal 12.08.19 F1 announces campaign to promote efficiency of current engine formula PICTURES: MARK SUTTON; SAM BLOXHAM…

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