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In the magazine this week: Why Kimi almost quit Lotus (featuring exclusive analysis and in his own words); all the action from Abu Dhabi; Toro Rosso's F1 cadet Daniil Kvyat grabs GP3 crown; and our British GT season review.

All that and much more coming your way from tomorrow!
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In this week's magazine: Sebastian Vettel joins the four-time champion elite (but racks up a fine in the process); Robert Kubica seals the WRC 2 championship; AUTOSPORT tames Porsche's 911 monsters in an exclusive text; and a free 20-page BTCC season review.

All that and much more - coming your way from tomorrow!
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Will Daniel Ricciardo be the man to carry the fight to Sebastian Vettel when he joins Red Bull next year? We hear from the Australian about his 2014 hopes, and how he believes he can fare against a potential four-time world champion.
There's plenty more, from Barry Sheene's amazing F1 tests to the most comprehensive reports and analysis from around the world including Jason Plato's 80th BTCC win, cheat claims in FR3.5 and the coronation of a new DTM champion. Coming your way from tomorrow.
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AUTOSPORT remembers the 1973 F1 season in our special edition this week. With Emerson Fittipaldi our guest editor, we pay tribute to Francois Cevert and Roger Williamson - both cut down in their prime - track test Ronnie Peterson's Lotus 72, hear Jackie Stewart's recollections of his third world title year, and hear a remarkable story of how a small British company came to help Ferrari.
Of course that is by no means all - alongside our 1973 special we also look at the pitfalls of modern communication in F1 and get the lowdown from WRC Rally Finland, BTCC at Snetterton, IndyCar at Mid-Ohio, WTCC in Argentina and the DTM in Moscow - which includes a contender for most bizarre stoppage of the season.
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Out from Thursday: Hamilton melts his rivals, not his tyres; Alonso and Ferrari's 'dream team' under strain; the man challenging Jean Todt for FIA presidency; the Secret Driver on young driver schemes; and Dieter Rencken on the latest Concorde rumblings.
Of course, on top of all that we have full news and reports from around the world including GP2 and GP3 in Hungary, British F3 in Spa and the Spa 24 Hours.
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Who would be in your list of the best drivers never to have raced in Formula 1? Check out our 'top 50' feature in this week's magazine, which is bound to inform, intrigue or infuriate (or even all of the above).
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In AUTOSPORT this week: why Rosberg is the real deal (and how he is outsmarting Hamilton), the connection between a Williams F1 car and a bus, and one bound to intrigue and/or infuriate - the top 50 drivers never to have raced in F1. 
All that plus full news and reports from Renault 3.5 at Spielberg, Superstars at Algarve, ELMS, ALMS - and an examination of motorsport's new magic material.
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If you didn't know, you can also get AUTOSPORT on your iPad. This week we bring you video highlights of both IndyCar races from Detroit, DTM at Spielberg, the NASCAR Sprint Cup at Dover, Grand-Am at Detroit and action from every stage of the WRC Acropolis Rally (in addition to the full magazine of course). Check it out below:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/autosport-magazine/id491658058?mt=8
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If it's summer, it must be silly season, but Raikkonen to Red Bull isn't just outlandish rumour, as Edd Straw analyses in this week's AUTOSPORT.
There's plenty more to get your teeth into, from how Audi has develop its R18 to an IndyCar roadmap that goes all the way to 2021 - and that's before we get to full news, reports and analysis from motorsport paddocks around the world. 
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In AUTOSPORT this week we analyse Nico Rosberg's commanding Monaco GP win, look at all the key technical upgrades of the weekend and debunk the secret tyre test scandal - and hear why Edd Straw believes F1's 11 teams have "failed embarrassingly."
There was no shortage of highlights elsewhere, from Tony Kanaan's Indy breakthrough, to GP2 and Formula Renault 3.5 at Monaco and a 46-strong British GT grid. There's also an exclusive interview with two-time MotoGP champion Casey Stoner, and what John Surtees thinks of the Australian's current four-wheel switch. Enjoy!
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