The best selling F1 magazine in world, and a comprehensive and thorough magazine to boot, F1 Racing magazine brings you the very best from that most high-speed of racing tournaments.
Every issue of F1 Racing magazine features news from the latest races as well as the most stunning images of the month, along with expert insight and opinion from the likes of Murray Walker and Jacques Villeneuve. There are great features based around the upcoming races, including both the current drivers such as Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton battling it out to win the championship, as well as looks at the history of the circuits, the racers and the cars. It’s no surprise that this mag takes pole position.
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Formula One? Pssh, how hard can it be? It’s just a load of driving, anybody could do it right?
F1 is perhaps one of the most demanding sports in existence, both from a physical and talent point of view. Every driver, even the ones who seem to perpetually come last, are incredibly gifted at what they do, possessing reflexes and decision making abilities far beyond most mortals. You also have to be incredibly physically fit, to be able to withstand the huge G-Forces that F1 subjects the body to, and last but not least, have some balls of steel.
Seriously, even though racing is a lot safer than it was back in the days of Stirling Moss (a regular contributor to F1 Racing by the way) it still involves cars screaming around a track at phenomenal speeds, only ever a fraction of a second away from catastrophe and potential death. It is no surprise, then, that this spectacle makes heroes out of the drivers, and that it has a phenomenal following worldwide. F1 has recently attempted to target the potentially huge untapped market to be found in India, with the introduction of the Force India team, and if it catches on then F1 may well end up the biggest sport in the world. Not bad for a bit of driving. NB