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Issue #36 of GP Gazette is online now

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Issue #36 of GP Gazette is online now
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Aug 28, 2018, 12:39 PM

The latest issue of GP Gazette is online, with all of the news and insight from an intriguing Belgian Grand Prix.

Having wasted two good opportunities before the summer break, there was no denying Sebastian Vettel at Spa-Francorchamps.

The Ferrari driver was just too strong for Lewis Hamilton in Belgium, and while the Mercedes driver still has the points advantage, could it be that Vettel is now the title favourite?

Edd Straw unpacks both the race and the title fight in his race analysis.

We've also got driver ratings (that first-corner shunt makes for some interesting reading) as well as a close look at how mega talent Esteban Ocon may well get left in the cold for 2019.

All that and more in the latest GP Gazette – click here to read.

 

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Series Formula 1
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Author Andrew van Leeuwen