Latest issue of AUTO looks at some of the innovative developments in the worlds of motor sport and motoring.
AUTO, the international journal of the FIA family, has launched its sixth issue featuring major reports from Formula One, the World Rally Championship and the Consumer Electronics Show.
The centrepiece of the issue is a feature on the FIA F1 Technical Team, which has been tasked with watching over the sport’s latest rule changes. Implementing and enforcing these complex new rules is no easy task, as the 10 men of the trackside technical department reveal in our exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how the FIA maintains fairness and legality in the world’s top single-seater racing series.
The automobile industry is also gripped by the urge to innovate as demonstrated at the world’s top motoring and technology shows. From the fascinating concept cars of the Geneva International Motor Show to high-tech developments at the US Consumer Electronics Show, cars are now safer, more efficient, interactive and intelligent than ever.
But there is still room in the heart for the glorious machines of the past. Yet it is anincreasingly expensive space. The classic car market is booming and values are soaring as AUTO reveals.
The Mini is a defining car of motoring’s first century, and in a new series examining some of motor sport’s great moments we celebrate the car’s historic win in the Monte Carlo Rally 50 years ago.
This edition also includes the usual news, features, interviews and photography from motor sport and motoring across the world.
Each issue of AUTO is sent free-of-charge to selected high-level individuals in the motoring and motor sport industries.