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

8 June 2013 by TF1T Staff | M

June's issue of The F1 Times Magazine is now available to download from the iTunes Newsstand for just £1.49 ($1.99) or grab a 12-month subscription for only £11.99 ($16.99) and save 32%.

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 - the only F1 magazine designed exclusively for tablet devices.

Exclusive: We chat with Adam Parr
We spoke with former-Williams chairman Adam Parr about his past, his, Williams and Formula 1's future.

Should we be wishing for more durable tyres?
Daniel Chalmers asks the bid question and analyses whether we really want more durable tyres.

Ayrton Senna's only British victory
Columnist Graham Keilloh takes a look back at Ayrton Senna's only British GP win, 25 years later.

The engine swap-shop
Marc Priestley discusses the engine situation for 2014 and what it means for the teams.

Also inside: Interactive track guides, race reviews, the top ten images from April presented by Sutton Images, a look at who might benefit from the planned tyre changes, part two of our perfect F1 calendar, F1 poetry and our favourite F1 products.

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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