F1 Racing - March 2012 (.PDF)

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F1 Racing is the world's best-selling F1 magazine, offering unrivalled access and insight into the fastest sport on the planet. It is famous for interviewing the pitlane's leading drivers and personalities and taking you behind the scenes in a way that no other magazine or website does ΓΓé¼ΓÇ£ all with some of the best writers in the business. There are famous columnists too, such as Pat Symonds, Frank Williams and Murray Walker, as well as the greatest photography Formula One has to offer.
Lewis Hamilton versus Jenson Button is yet again set to be F1's toughest intra-team battle. McLaren MD Jonathan Neale, a man who works with both drivers day-in day-out, gives a unique insight into what makes them tick
Niki Lauda asks: "Is Vettel the new Schumacher?"
The triple world champion reckons we're about to witness a new era of German dominance in Formula 1
Raikkonen returns
It's the most hyped comeback since some bloke called Schumacher pitched up in 2010. Can Kimi go one better?
Ferrari's radical new look
The F2012 certainly looks different, but is it enough to bring about a reversal of fortune for the Scuderia?
What's new for 2012
Well, since you're asking... a new circuit, new television coverage and quite a few rule changes, actually
The other great British hope
Paul Di Resta was 2011's rookie of the year... now he's up against the 2010 rookie of the year, Nico Huelkenberg
Sky's the limit
Martin Brundle on why he left the BBC and why at "about £1 a day" Sky's not bad value for money...
When Maurice met Sir Frank
Maurice Hamilton talks to an F1 legend about Williams' glory days, and the tough times that face them now
Your ultimate F1 grid guide
All the teams. All the drivers. All the cars. Rated by us
2012 circuit guide
We take you through the 2012 calendar, track by track
F1 in numbers
All the stats you'll need for the season ahead 
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