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-January 15th, 1998- The Journal of Formula One Motorsport -Vol. 3, No. 21-

  Winter Issue 2 (January)   Winter Issue 1 (December)
More Questions than Answers The Ecclestone Era
by Roger Horton   by Roger Horton  
No Clue of GP2? The Flying Kilts
by Chris Balfe   by Nick Raman  
  Post Season Issue   News
Post Season Wrap-Up ATLAS F1 News
by Max Galvin   by Michael Viveen  
The Day The Music Died
by Chris Balfe     Statistics
Atlas F1 Top 10 SuperGrid and SuperRace
by Max Galvin   1997 Qualifying Differentials
  Rory's Ramblings   The Formula One Insider
Working at a GP All the Poop that's Fit to Scoop
by Rory Gordon   by Mitch McCann  
  Commentary   Binaries & Bits
The 1998 Regulations Debate ATLAS F1 Awards and Mentions
by Nick Raman   ATLAS F1 Index and Search
Teams Sports The Matthias Schneider Photo Gallery
by Alexander Law   Good luck for 1998!
Readers' Comments Pre Season Issue: Feb. 18th
  One year ago this week in Formula One
Ferrari, Arrows, Tyrrell, Ligier, Benetton and Williams launch their 1997 challengers.
Start of the trial regarding the death of Ayrton Senna gets closer.
Prost starts negotiating the take-over of the Ligier team.


 Paul Kaizar, Editor & Publisher (USA)Rory Gordon, Managing Editor (Australia)
 Mike Viveen, News Editor (Netherlands)Max Galvin, Contributing Editor (England)
 Paul Rushworth, Contributing Editor (New Zealand)Robert Balling, Contributing Editor (USA)

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