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Issue 8

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Issue 8 of The Official Formula 1® Magazine
In an exclusive interview with Red Bull star Max Verstappen he reveals the team is fully focused on challenging Mercedes in the world championship fight. He says he’s not “frustrated” with this year’s campaign and is hoping that 2021 or even the following year will enable them to get back on top. We also speak to team boss Christian Horner on why Max is such a formidable opponent and how he’s able to extract so much speed from this year’s RB16.

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Inside this month’s issue

Fighting talk from Max Verstappen

In an exclusive interview with Red Bull star Max Verstappen he reveals the team is fully focused on challenging Mercedes in the world championship fight. He says he’s not “frustrated” with this year’s campaign and is hoping that 2021 or even the following year will enable them to get back on top. We also speak to team boss Christian Horner on why Max is such a formidable opponent and how he’s able to extract so much speed from this year’s RB16.

The Italian Grand Prix winner Pierre Gasly joins us as our new columnist and looks forward to what he says will be an “incredible” Grand Prix when the schedule returns to Imola in November. Meanwhile in Kevin Magnussen’s View From the Cockpit column he explains to us the art of wet-weather driving.

We also talk to Renault’s Esteban Ocon to get his insight on Fernando Alonso’s arrival in the team and why Dan Ricciardo is such a tough competitor. In addition Mark Webber explains why the newly-crowned FIA Formula 3 champion Oscar Piastri is the “new Alain Prost.”

There is an Italian perspective on Ferrari’s faith into young Mick Schumacher and why Stefano Domenicali is the right appointment to be the new CEO of Formula 1. As well as all the usual reports from Russia and the Nürburgring, Portugal’s Antonio Felix da Costa explains why the new F1 circuit in the Algarve is so special, Felipe Massa talks about Turkey’s epic Turn 8 plus we have all the usual regulars and insight into the world of Formula 1.