Out now: April's issue of The F1 Times Magazine

6 April 2013 by TF1T Staff | M

April's issue of The F1 Times Magazine is now available to download from the iTunes Newsstand for just £1.49 ($1.99).

Each issue is packed full of content and is the equivalent of a 60-page print magazine, condensed into an interactive digital download for the Apple iPad.

We sit down with former Williams, McLaren and Red Bull driver turned BBC commentator David Coulthard to discuss the key moments during his racing career.

Just a logo? Not at all. We spoke to the designer behind what has become one of the most recognisable brands on the globe, to get the story behind the Formula One logo.

Michael Schumacher. What will his legacy be? Columnist Graham Keilloh analyses his career and legacy whilst Feature Editor Daniel Chalmers presents his top 10 races.

Former McLaren pit crew member and mechanic Marc Priestley takes a look at McLaren's early season woes and exactly how they'll be reacting to get back to the front again.

Also inside: Interactive track guides, race reviews, the top ten images from March presented by Sutton Images, a look at Sebastian Vettel and his decision to ignore team orders, F1 poetry, our favourite F1 products and why not test your knowledge with our 2012 season quiz!

About: The F1 Times Magazine aims to bring you exclusive content ranging from technical analysis to interactive track guides. We've not produced a static 'digital' magazine with added video content - as many of the current publishers do. We've built the magazine from scratch using software and design techniques perfected for digital publishing to give our readers the best possible experience. This is the only fully interactive digital F1 magazine designed exclusively for touchscreen devices.

Download the free app now which includes a live news tab to keep you updated with the latest F1 happenings.



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