So Who Actually Is The 2007 F1 Champion ?

F1 Racin Nov 2007So who actually is the 2007 F1 champion ? F1 Racing took some time to publish their latest issue, likely to be able to include the Brazilian GP and the outcome of the race for the drivers title. And look what they came up with… Just looking at the cover without reading what is printed on it one might thing the title decision has been reversed already.

Am I the only one who finds the cover of this issue weird ? I understand F1 Racing is a British magazine, but come on, does not a World Champion deserve a decent picture on the cover, especially in a magazine that is published in over 30 countries and claims to be The World’s Best Selling Grand Prix Magazine ?

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  1. PhilipNo Gravatar says:

    I thought the same, and have cancelled my subscription because of the bias displayed throughout the year.

  2. on the plus side, that was matt bishop’s last issue.

    no idea what they have planned next, but it sure couldn’t be any worse.

  3. adminNo Gravatar says:

    I am so glad i am not the only one :-)

    I did manage to flip through the magazine, I was quite surprised with really bad quality of the printing , especially the last few pages. I wonder if it was only my copy …

  4. WennyNo Gravatar says:

    can’t agree you anymore!!
    a few days ago when I check F1 racing issue on the web,
    I think that I click the wrong website almostly…
    they must think that hamilton will got the champion,it’s so disgusting!!

  5. LaurenNo Gravatar says:

    WTF?!
    I was waiting for this issue to come out…but now I’m not so sure that I want to buy it anymore…
    Lewis Hamilton?! WTF!?
    He’s runner-up and he got the majority of the front cover and only just do they manage to get this tiny tiny picture of the WORLD CHAMPION, Kimi Raikkonen…
    Seriously, this is ridiculous!
    I know that F1 Racing is a british magasine, but c’mon! Lewis is not world champion, Kimi is and he should’ve been on the front cover…not Hamilton. Don’t get me wrong, Hamilton was awsome this season, he did really well and I’m not talking anything from him…but this is stupid. He’s not world champion, he choked when it mattered.
    But this is so bais and unbelievable…they’ve pushed Raikkonen all the way into a little corner of the bloody cover…“Oh he’s not important. Sure, he won the championship. But that doesn’t matter. The fact that Lewis Hamilton choked is more important than Raikkonen winning”
    Oh, I can see the logic in that!!!
    (note: Sarcasm in italics)
    Now, I’m going off to vent a little, I dunno if I’ll buy this issue…I don’t want to read about people having a cry because poor old Hamilton didn’t win the championship…GEEZE! It’s not the end of the freaking world here! He’s just a rookie, I didn’t expect much from him at the start of the year, no one expects much from any rookie at the start if there careers! He did a fantastic job in his first season. But I’m so tired of people having a cry because he didn’t win! GET OVER IT!!!

  6. adminNo Gravatar says:

    Welcome to F1Wolf Lauren ! Wow, this would qualify to the final of the Comment Of The Year competition if I had one :-) Well thinking of it, I may as well start one…

  7. WennyNo Gravatar says:

    there’re 3 latest Japanese F1 magazines, u can see all kimi on cover!!
    I disdained F1 racing!!!!
    http://news1.as-web.jp/book/f_soku/back.html?b6Ec=1

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