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F1 Racing UK

F1 Racing UK

February 2020

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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change coming for alonso and f1 racing

Fernando Alonso is clearly a very patient man. Even at the ripe age of 38 he’s prepared to play the long game, waiting for the right opportunity to make his return to Formula 1 and claim the third world championship title his talent (but not always his circumstance) merits. Alonso believes 2021 will present that chance, when sweeping new rules designed to transform F1 into a more egalitarian competition will come into force. Alonso has stayed sharp by using his sabbatical to race in sportscars, IndyCar and most recently the Dakar Rally. But he is a man who craves success at the highest level. That’s why he yearns for a return to grand prix racing. And, as Fernando explains eloquently in our lengthy, no-holds-barred interview (page 42), he believes he is still…

1 min.
contributors

JAMES ROBERTS This month our associate editor will be braving the arduous commute from Littlehampton for the final time as he enters the world of freelance. 'Jimmy' has been part of the fabric of F1 Racing since 2007 and has written innumerable stories, most famously getting to drive an F1 car at Paul Ricard (above, left) but then coming back to the pits two laps early – should have stuck to toy cars… STEVEN TEE He's known Fernando Alonso and covered his career for 20 years. This month Steven photographed Fernando in Oviedo (p42) MARK GALLAGHER Is Lawrence Stroll's interest in Aston Martin just hot air or a piece of fantastic strategic thinking? See p21 for our columnist's view…

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f1 racing uk

Team principals Editor Ben Anderson President, Motorsport Network James Allen VP of editorial James Dickens Drivers Group managing editor Stewart Williams Executive editor Stuart Codling Associate editor James Roberts Art editor Frank Foster Pit crew Head photographer Steven Tee Columnists Pat Symonds Mark Gallagher Nigel Roebuck Edd Straw Photo agency Motorsport Images Director, global client success Sunita Davies Production controller Ben Webster Advertising UK sales manager Ben Fullick Editorial tel +44 (0)20 3405 8100 Subscriptions Email: help@asm.secureorder.co.uk Customer hotline/ back issues 0344 848 8826 Digital marketing manager Kaye Benfield…

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a new season, a new era!

Dear Reader, F1 Racing takes great pride in striving to bring you the very best coverage from inside Formula 1. That has been our mission since the magazine was founded, almost 25 years ago, and remains so as we enter this new decade, with a new name: Grand Prix Racing. This is an important step for us to take, one that is absolutely necessary to bolster the magazine’s future and safeguard its independence. It also represents an exciting opportunity: to forge into the 2020s with new freedom to enhance the magazine’s digital and social media presence, with fresh focus on our central mission and renewed commitment to publishing a quality printed product containing the best independent F1 coverage we can deliver. We hope you like the name, and thank you for your continued support.…

8 min.
f1 insider

LECLERC AND VERSTAPPEN LOCKED IN 01 Two of Formula 1’s three top teams have tied up their hottest talents on unusually long contracts that will take them well into the next rules cycle. Charles Leclerc has aligned himself with Ferrari for the foreseeable future, agreeing a remarkably long-term deal which will keep him at the Scuderia until the end of 2024. The contract extension underlines Ferrari’s faith in him after a season in which he clashed messily with team-mate Sebastian Vettel on-track, and it indicates that Leclerc is considered a future team leader once Vettel departs. It’s a clear warning to rivals to keep their hands off. Max Verstappen’s circumstances are slightly different in that he is indubitably Red Bull’s number one driver but, up to now, he has been ostentatiously keeping his…

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f1 digest

03.12.19 Esteban Ocon makes his debut appearance for Renault on the opening day of the Abu Dhabi Pirelli tyre test 05.12.19 The FIA changes the rules so teams can no longer hide their new cars from fans and media during pre-season testing 10.12.19 F1 to stick with 2019-spec tyres this year after the teams rejected the 2020 tyres prepared by Pirelli 12.12.19 Ferrari is the first team to unveil the date of its 2020 car launch, committing to a reveal on 11 February 17.12.19 Ex-Red Bull junior Dan Ticktum joins Williams as the team’s new development driver 24.12.19 Williams agrees to sell a majority stake of sister company Williams Advanced Engineering to a private equity firm 01.01.20 Robert Kubica’s reserve driver role at Alfa coincides with his backers PKN Orlen becoming a co-title sponsor of the team 02.01.20 A reshuffle at McLaren promotes engineering chief…