The 2020 Formula 1 World Championship got underway early last week when Haas jumped the lights and launched their new VF-20 challenger on-line. Gone is the black and gold livery of 2019 and the team welcomes back their lucky red, white and black corporate Haas livery. Ryan Wood and Philip Horton analyse the team's 2020 chances.
On the rallying front, and we have a lot of rallying in the magazine this week, Jerry Williams previews next weekend's Rally Sweden. Despite there being a scarcity of the white stuff, neighbours Norway have come to the rescue. Jezza explains how the organisers have cut the route but still managed to maintain a full points event.
And on the topic of the WRC, Evan Rothman takes an in-depth look at the state of the World Rally Championship and the efforts of WRC Promoter GmbH boss Oliver Ciesla to make the championship a truly global one. According to Evan he has pretty much got there this year!
And with the new Aero Screen equipped IndyCars beginning their first major test of their 2020 season tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Kevin Dejewski takes a look at how the Captain (aka Roger Penske) has now become the face of IndyCar!
And as always we have all the usual news, views and stories in this week's edition of the most widely read weekly motorsport magazine in the world!
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