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GP Week : Issue 2
They like us ... My colleague Sally Blower intro'd me to GPWeek; I wish to say congrats on some nice work to you and your team. Great images. And no fluff stories about girlfriends, just motorspor,t motorsport, motorsport. Thank you. I am living in NYC; when I opened GPWeek, I felt like I was back in the 90's, you know BI, (before internet), when I could only purchase Autosport in 2 or 3 locations here. This gave me that feeling of 'I have the REAL deal', not some crap put together by some F1 fanatics but by a team who understand the business. Thank you. All the best. (Yes, I also share the name of your MotoGP editor) Michael Scott Tire Acoustics LLC, New York City Congratulations on your first issue of GPWEEK! What a stunning mag – brilliant pics, great articles and bloody fantastic design and layout. And don't get me started on how user-friendly it is too! After last year's debacle I wasn't looking forward to a new season in Formula 1, but now you have reminded me why I keep watching this crazy sport year after year. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Betty Kayton De Doorns, South Africa email@example.com Welcome to the world – it’s a better place for your presence. Haven’t had a chance for a detailed read yet, just a casual flick through between office tasks. HOWEVER..... LOVE the Parting Shot. And even more, love the camera information – it makes it so much more meaningful. Excellent. Keep it up. And I’m looking forward to a proper read before Friday! Rob McKay St.Leonards NSW Australia Bloody brilliant! Well done to everyone involved – including my good friends Martin Holmes and Keith Sutton. (The rest of the team are far too young to remember me – and I'm much too old to have met them!) There are many e-magazines about. But GPWeek takes the chequered flag and victor's laurels as far as I'm concerned. E-mails with the link to its web address will be winging their way to everyone I can think of who'd appreciate the read. Keith R Read – Automotive Writer KeithRRead@aol.com I literally stumbled across the opening issue of GPWeek on the net. What a tremendous format, the three biggest motor racing formulae all together in one magazine, distributed digitally. And so easy to read. You've got a confirmed reader here – keep it coming. David G Leong Singapore (email provided) Should Toyota delegate? My congrats on this new venture,it looks great and is very informative. How about including NASCAR in your reports? And on the subject of NASCAR,Toyota have just scored their first 1-2 in the main Sprint Cup Series while their F1 team is still wandering around the mid to rear of an F1 grid. I think Toyota should pull out of F1 and give all their budget and engines to a team who know how to build a quick car and racing is what they exsist for -- Williams. Thats what they did in NASCAR – convinced Joe Gibbs Racing to move from Chev – and presto a 1-2 after the fourth race of the new season. Again my congratulations on a fantastic new venture. Jock Hiddleston J.Hiddleston@rl.ac.uk Letters email us at firstname.lastname@example.org THIS weekend’s podium had something rather special about it for two of its number. Eight years ago, two friends made a wish, and on Sunday it came true. “We always said, one day we would be in Formula One and winning races and on the podium together. It's a childhood dream for both of us, so it feels really cool,” said Lewis Hamilton of his first Formula One podium with karting team-mate and age old rival and friend Nico Rosberg. The duo have come through every rank of motorsport together, constantly pushing each other to bigger and better things. The pair could not have had more different backgrounds, but found common ground in their passion for and undoubted talents behind the wheels of racing cars. As the pair jumped around in each IT'S an exciting time to be a Formula One fan in Finland. Whatever happens, our drivers should be in the sunny side of the street as long as Kimi Raikkonen drives for Ferrari and Heikki Kovalainen for McLaren. So far the Finnish stars have not really fought against each other head-to-head. They both have the whole country behind them. Only time will tell which one will be more supported if they both end up racing for the championship. Motor racing is one of the most popular sports in Finland and Formula One is, probably, the most followed one. Finland is an ‘experimental’ area for F1, 20 Heikki kuLta Finnish journalist o p in io n o p in io n WiLL Buxton GPWeek editor