September RACE TECH

Issue 226 £5.95

F1 REVEALS ITS HAND: It’s F1, but not as we know it: Pat Symonds, F1’s chief technical officer, offers a glimpse of a revamped formula in which entertainment is the priority

FORMULA E: The Gen2 car’s looks stole the show. But, as Craig Scarborough reports, it was the innovative technical package beneath the surface that carried the series to new heights

FORMULA STUDENT: over 100 undergraduate teams from more than 20 countries battled it out for Formula Student honours at Silverstone

HISTORIC RACING ASSOCIATION LAUNCHED! Outwardly a success story, with popularity running high, the historic racing sector is nevertheless confronted by some major obstacles. William Kimberley reports on a new organisation created to help overcome them

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