October 2014


October 2014 back issue

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What is in the October 2014 issue?

- Niki Lauda vs Alain Prost – In 1984, Alain Prost joined McLaren and the world title that had slipped through his grasp at Renault finally looked to be within reach. His new team-mate Niki Lauda, three years into his ‘second career’ in F1 knew he was in trouble. We revisit a fantastic year of F1, 30 years on.

- Lunch with… John Miles - Son of actor Sir Bernard Miles, John eschewed a career in the theatre in favour of motor racing. He joined the works Lotus team, racing the Lotus Europa GT and F3 Lotus 41 with great success in 1967-68. He made his F1 debut in 1969 when he was entrusted with developing the 4WD 63, then spent 1970 as team-mate to Jochen Rindt. After Rindt’s death at Monza, Miles was replaced in the team and his motor racing career petered out.

- In the Spotlight: Lance Stroll – This French-Canadian is a Ferrari Academy rising star who is doing good things in Italian Formula 4 this year. Sam caught up with him at Imola where Ferrari personnel were keeping a close eye on him.

- F1 Frontline with Mark Hughes – What makes Lewis Hamilton tick? As he battles with Nico Rosberg to claim his second world title, we delve under the surface to find out what makes Lewis Hamilton the complex racing driver he is.