The January issue is dominated by our profile of Ferrari designer, Flavio Manzoni who is responsible for the design of Ferrari’s extraordinarily profitable sports cars culminating with the obscenely profitable new Purosangue, which has propelled the Italian car maker to a valuation of $65 billion.
We also remember Charlie Munger and Dino Toso. Paul Michaels and John Watson recall the 1974 Formula One season and their six hard won points.
On a serious note, the Insight team examines the potential problems of overexposing Formula One with 30 races and 30 qualifying session due to be televised next year.
We also look back at the Toto and Susie Wolff ‘conflict of interest’ imbroglio with a blow-by-blow account of what happened in the second week of December.
Plus 18 pages of news and our regular columnists minus Lewis Webster who is on his first vacation since the Covid crisis. He’ll be back in the February issue, suitably refreshed with new tales of motor racing people straight from the beaches of Barbados over the Christmas holidays.