July 2021 Issue

The July issue is our biggest ever at 148 pages, a special tribute issue to Max Mosley, the former president of the FIA who died recently. Max Mosley was one of the founding figures of modern day Formula One and his decisions shaped the sport. A whole host of Formula One insiders, including Bernie Ecclestone, pay …

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May 2021 Issue

The May issue of BusinessF1 is packed with interesting features from the story of Anthony and Lewis Hamilton’s money to new insights into the death of Colin Chapman and Part 2 of the Aston Martin floatation investigation. We also look at the dangers that are apparent in Armco barriers and the need to find a …

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April 2021 Issue

The April issue of BusinessF1 contains the annual ‘Business of Grand Prix’ Special Report. In this 53-page business preview of the season we  look in detail at the finances of the ten teams individually and assess the management of each. It is a brutally honest assessment of each team, its money and its management

March 2021 Issue

In the March issue we look the new phenomenon of the ten billionaires who are now effectively bankrolling Formula One. In a 36-page report it profiles each of the ten men who are making such a difference to the sport and the influence they wield. We also look at the disastrous flotation of the Aston …

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February 2021 Issue

In the February issue we pay homage to Mr Motorsport himself, John Hogan, who died in January.  We also write in detail about what we called Formula One’s ‘trial of the century’ the battle between Dmitry Mazepin and the Force India team administrators.

January 2021 Issue

In January we profile Elli Norman, Formula One’s marketing supremo and the sport’s first marketing professional to guide the sport. It was a no-holds-barred profile with the good and the bad of Norman’s first three years in the sport – but it was mainly good. There was also a special report of all the Team …

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