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GP Week : Issue 62
week.com EDITOR: WILL BUXTON firstname.lastname@example.org MotoGP Editor: Michael Scott email@example.com Rally Editor: Martin Holmes firstname.lastname@example.org Production Editor (Australia): Andrew van Leeuwen email@example.com Assistant: Cedric Dufour IT/Design (Australia) Jayne Uthmeyer firstname.lastname@example.org Photography Sutton Motorsport Images www.sutton-images.com Keith Sutton email@example.com Publisher Chris Lambden firstname.lastname@example.org Published by: Grand Prix Week Ltd 61 Watling Street, Towcester Northants NN12 6AG United Kingdom P:+441327352188 F:+441327359355 ADVERTISING UK, Europe, East Coast USA European Media Services Ltd (Richard Partridge) 49 Old Steine, Brighton Sussex BN1 1NH United Kingdom email@example.com Ph: + 44 1273 232 566 Mob: + 44 7771 567 644 UK, Europe Silverback Media Solutions (Steve Lysandrou) Silverstone Innovation Centre Silverstone Circuit Silverstone Northants NN12 8GX United Kingdom Ph: +44 1327 220 003 Mob: +44 (0) 779 623 6081 SE Asia, Australasia Australasian Motorsport News PO Box 7072 Brighton, VIC 3186, Australia Ph:+61395965555 Fax: + 61 3 9596 5030 firstname.lastname@example.org Material published in GP WEEK is copyright and cannot be reproduced (or photocopied) other than for individual personal use. Headline: Valentino unhappy with Yamaha; plus the latest from the worlds of F1, MotoGP and WRC CLick on any advertisement for more details GPWEEK NEWS >> WRC: Loeb wins, then mikko wins >> Moto GP: Kickin' ASS >> F1: Di grassi's high >> ISSUE 062 September 7, 2009 >>Goto >>Goto >>Goto >>Goto >> Lucas di Grassi has been waiting in F1's wings for a long time now, and once again he's in the frame for a race drive ... Valentino Rossi admitted he was a donkey for his mistake in America, but there were no such blunders on home soil! Sebastien Loeb won on the road in Australia, but he was beaten by post-event scrutineering. Advantage: Ford. Fans of FULLY GREEN Informing motorsport fans world-wide -- and not a single tree destroyed to do it! 3