March 2024 Issue

The March issue’s cover ‘A scandal too far’, is the inside story of the events that have shaken Formula One’s most successful team to its core. With the help of a BusinessF1’s extensive team of insiders across the sport, the magazine tells the story for the first time of what happened over the three weeks of Saturday 3rd February to Wednesday 27th February when the story started circulating in the media to when Christian Horner was cleared of wrongdoing by Red Bull. Plus, the magazine goes back over the previous nine weeks to the events that got him here. You will not read this inside story anywhere else.

BusinessF1 also examines the Andretti affair and the reasons given for having its entry rejected by Formula 1 Group. After analysing the report, BusinessF1 writers declare that it gives no valid reasons for rejecting the entry and the publication of the report by Stefano Domenicali has stained the sport.

The magazine also contains the fascinating and twisted story of Lewis Hamilton’s dash to Ferrari in 2025. Nothing is as it seemed as the seven times world champion schemed his exit from Mercedes-AMG into the arms of Italy.

Elsewhere there is coverage of ESPN’s attempt to thwart Netflix’s entry into linear television and protect its own position in sport. Also, there is preview of the F1 Academy as racing women come of age and a tribute to the late Jeffrey Rose, former chairman and saviour of the RAC Club.

We also look back on that fateful day in the middle of August 1975, when Mark Donohue crashed in the warm-up for the Austrian Grand Prix at Österreichring and the repercussions for motorsport in the years that followed. The article reflects on what might have been.

Plus 16 pages of news and all your regular columnists, including the indefatigable Lewis Webster and Andrew Frankl’s description of his criminal record how he got to play Steve McQueen in a real-life replay of The Great Escape in Hungary in the 1980s. At least that is how Andrew remembers it.

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