Formula 1 Magazine Reviews
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Customer Formula 1 Magazine Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/02/02, updated on 05/02/02 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Until January 2001, the motor racing magazine section included the classic yet old Autosport, and the expensive and a waste of space on the shelf F1 Racing. Then the arrival of F! magazine, a monthly Formula One magazine costing a very competitive £3.50. I am a F1 nut, and always want to find out the latest news about the World of F1 and the people involved in the sport. Unlike many other motorsport related publications, this magazine doesn't just look at the races and testing programmes. This magazine looks into the lives of people involved in the sport and enable the public to view this sport from another perspective. Each issue contains many ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/02, updated on 06/01/02 (Useful, 127 readings)
At £3.50 an issue, you might not think this magazine is good value, but you'd be wrong. The smaller F1 Racing is priced at at least £3, and F1 News, which is much smaller than this magazine, is gradually getting more expensive. The Autosport Review of the year, the same size as the last issue of F1 Magazine, was £5.99! This magazine is definitely good value. Out once a month, it's edited by Nigel Mansell. There are also columns from some bloked called Tom Rubython or something, plus one from Eddie Irvine which is usually very interesting. The news coverage this magazine is fantastic, as their coverage of the Adrian Newey affair proved. They also covered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/01, updated on 11/10/01 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I have never been one for reading formula one magazines, I used to find that the web and the annuals were enough for me. That was until the start of the 2001 season when Formula 1 Magazine made its debut. the first thing you notice is its size every month, it is a fairly weighty magazine but not filled with adverts, there is a serious amount of editorial and reviews which make reading it a pleasure. Take the recent major news stories like the sacking of Frentzen and Neweygate. both of these stories were backed up with a multipage article showing the timings of key events and so on. reading them ensured that you got a thorough understanding of the ... Read the complete review
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