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GP Week : Issue 72
So long, farewell SO here we are. Our 72nd issue, our 35th of the season, and our 2009 voyage is at an end. It's been an incredible season in every category we've covered. From the fairytale of Brawn GP and Jenson Button in Formula 1, through the incredible championship battle between Mikko Hirvonen and Sebastien Loeb in the WRC, the inter-team Yamaha battles of MotoGP, Casey Stoner's illness, Felipe Massa's injury, the pullouts, the surprises, the politics, the winners, losers, highs and lows... it's been a truly amazing season of motorsport. With this issue of GPWeek we conclude our 2009 coverage, bringing you the second running of the GPWeek awards, the only awards in motorsport voted for exclusively by the drivers and riders of Formula 1, MotoGP and the WRC. As always, it has been our pleasure to report the goings on in the world of motor racing, and whether you've been with us from the start or are paying us a visit for the first time this week, we'd like to thank you for your support. Over the past two seasons, since launching in March 2008, we have built up a regular readership in excess of 130,000 motorsport fans who read every issue of GPWeek, and with 10 million weekly page hits we have been bowled over with how widely-read this magazine has become in such a short space of time. Most of all, we're delighted that so many of you like what we do enough to return every week. As Editor, I am immensely proud to bring this second season of GPWeek to a close, and it falls to me to thank Michael and Martin for their fantastic work, Keith and all the boys at Sutton images whose stunning photographs illustrate the pages of GPWeek, our advertisers without whom we couldn't exist and, of course, to the guys on the ground in Australia who put this whole thing together -- AVL, Cedric, and Publisher Chris. We'll be back in early 2010. Thank you, as always, for your support. We'll see you next year. F1 NEWS >> Enjoying just got easier. . . With the official F1TM Timing and Track Positioning Application Available from the iTunes App Store for the iPhone and iPod touch. 2010 App on sale November 2009 Click here for more information 9