The November issue highlights the impact Andreas Seidl (at McLaren) and FX Demaison (at Williams) have had on Formula One. The McLaren and Williams teams, which were almost dead, have been revived by the two men. We call then the Change Makers and our story tells who they are and how they did it. Also in this issue: team principals are getting older and the next generation is at hand. But who are they and what are their prospects? We go back in time to profile former team owner, Walter Wolf who we call a ‘man of mystery’. We found little of what we previously knew about him was true and reveal that he is a an international fugitive wanted by Interpol. The most important story of the moment is the battle for the FIA presidency between Mohammed ben Sulayem and Graham Stoker. The latest news is inside. Part two of our serialisation of John Barnard’s biography is entitled ‘Conceiving a carbon car’ arguably the most important technical breakthrough in Formula One history. There is also a profile of the smartest guy in the room, Dr Wolfgang Reitzle.