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October 2022 Issue

The October issue of BusinessF1 contains the full story of Oscar Piastri’s switch from Alpine to McLaren. It’s a story that frankly is not believable, but nevertheless it happened and the repercussions are still being felt two months later. We also examine a similar situation 20 years ago when Jenson Button attempted to move to …

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September 2022 Issue

The September issue of BusinessF1 investigates the shenanigans around the transfer of Fernando Alonso from Alpine to Aston Martin. An extremely detailed article explains how the artful Alonso engineered his exit. It is not pretty. Insight articles examine the intellectual decline of Sebastian Vettel, the dishonesty of Tom Walkinshaw and the creative story telling of Lewis …

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August 2022 Issue

The August issue of BusinessF1 features a detailed analysis of the salaries paid to Formula One drivers for the past 72 years. In a comprehensive 22-page report we list and profile the 117 drivers who have earned more than $1 million driving Formula One cars. It ranges from Jackie Stewart, Formula One’s first millionaire driver …

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July 2022 Issue

The July issue of BusinessF1 profiles James Gay-Rees, the creator of Netflix’s Drive to Survive series and the man who has shown Formula One the future and its path through the 21st century. He joins the great influencers of the sport. Also, a look at the last 48 hours of Ayrton Senna’s life that was …

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June 2022 Issue

The June issue goes back in time to examine the extraordinary bad feelings that existed between Max Mosley and Ron Dennis. The story has taken a new relevance with the allegations of IP theft from Red Bull Racing, the same allegations that brought Ron Dennis down in 2007, from which he never recovered. Elsewhere there …

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April 2022 Issue

The biggest issue of the year is BusinessF1’s ‘Business of Grand Prix Special Report’ – a 70-page report on each of the ten teams involved in Formula One under the headings: ‘Management’ ‘Technical Management’ ‘Sponsorship & Finance’ ‘The Car’ and ’The Engine.’ The report goes into detail of each team’s commercial prospects. There is also …

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