“Thoughts on GPWeek, Monza and Weather”

The independent motorsport magazine GPWeek began its 2013 run today, with coverage of yesterday’s Australian Grand Prix and others besides.

In a claim for legitimacy, the opening issue also contains a feature from my-good-self, regarding the current structure of junior categories leading Formula One. One can be rest be assured, there will be more to come from my keyboard in future editions.

Released at 10am (UK) following each Grand Prix, GPWeek focusses on in depth analysis and well informed opinion, while also utilising imagery from the banks of Sutton. Samples can be found at gpweek.com, as can the option to subscribe – at £20 for twenty issues, it is rather excellent value.

Meanwhile, this weekend I will be off to Monza to catch the beginning of the FIA European Formula 3 Championship, while also taking in the new Auto GP World Series machine. From its initial running, it looks impressive.
Headlining the bill of course is the World Touring Car Championship. It must be said that I am quite looking forward to the WTCC race, as the only touring car races that have ever crossed my path have been DTM events, which bring their own slice and style of entertainment.

For now, the weather in London is rather insipid – an ominous dark grey lingers in the sky, waiting only to release its contents. Right now in Monza, it is snowing. What to make of this..?

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