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GP Week : Issue 203
MANAGING EDITOR: Chris Lambden email@example.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Formula 1: Phil Branagan Paolo Filisetti (F1 Tech Editor) Mike Doodson Kate Walker Sean Kelly MotoGP: Michael Scott Phil Branagan Social Media: Ernie Black PhOTOGRAPhy Sutton Motorsport Images www.sutton-images.com Keith Sutton firstname.lastname@example.org: Mark Sutton, Patrik Lundin, Dirk Klynsmith, Daniel Kalisz PUBlIShER Chris Lambden email@example.com PUBlIShED By: Grand Prix Week Ltd 61 Watling Street, Towcester Northants NN12 6AG United Kingdom ADVERTISING: n Mark Sutton firstname.lastname@example.org n se Asia, Australasia GPWEEK (Australia) email@example.com n Richard Partridge firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: + 44 1273 232 566 Mob: + 44 7771 567 644 .com WEEK Response to the launch of GPWeeK's iPhone/Android/iPad/ tablet App has been huge. It makes accessing the latest issue of GPWeeK possible anywhere, anytime, via your portable device – be it phone or tablet! And, like GPWeeK, it's FRee to Formula 1 and MotoGP fans around the world. Just go to your relevant App provider (CLICK on the appropriate logo below) and you will be in business. F1 >>> nEWs 'Appy times continue at GPWEEK FERRARI DENIES KIMI SACK CHAT Ferrari has denied rumours that swept the Canadian paddock suggesting it was about to sack Kimi Raikkonen for a second time. The team, which paid millions to send the Finn packing to make way for Fernando Alonso five years ago, is thought to be unimpressed with the continuing struggles that the 2007 World Champion is having with the Ferrari F14T. Raikkonen is currently equal 11th in the championship points – ironically, equal with Felipe Massa, who was let go at the end of last year to make room for Kimi at Ferrari. Alonso is in four th place on 69 points. But the potential costs associated with separating from Raikkonen – put at as much as us$30 million by one driver manager in Montreal – suggest that the scuderia will find other ways to spend its money. “Ferrari will not fire Kimi a second time,” a Ferrari source told the German magazine sport Bild. “Ferrari doesn’t want to do that again.” 8 GPWEEK.com // 8 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: