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Winning a Formula 1 championship is no child’s play. Ask NicoRosberg who triumphed over Lewis Hamilton in 2016 but was so drained out at the end of the season that he decided to hang his boots. When Michael Schumacher added seven titles under his belt, nobody expected any other Formula 1 driver to even come close. But Hamilton, with his consistency and never-say-die attitude feels invincible today and probably will surpass Schumacher’s record of being the most successful Formula 1 driver ever. What makes him hungry for success at this age? We delve deep into the Brit’s success story and peel of layers to find out what the champ is actually made of in Motor Sport India’s cover story this month. There’s lot more local and international action headed your way: JK Tyre Festival of Speed The Buddh International Circuit finally gets a spectacle it always deserved in the form of JK Tyre Festival of Speed. Close-quarter racing, mind-boggling stunts, supercar and superbike parades; it’s all covered Gaurav Gill speaks up Arjuna awardee and multiple-time national rally champ Gaurav Gill speaks up about the crash in Jodhpur and the intense stir of emotions and consequences that came along with it Red Bull Ace of Dirt C S Santosh’s idea of giving back to the community, the Red Bull Ace of Dirt event put the best novice off-roaders country against each other in an enduro race! The prize you ask? Training under the champ himself INRC 2019 ChetanShivram’s maiden win sees the rise of a new era in INRC meanwhile Gaurav Gill continues with his exhilarating form winning the Popular Rally for the fifth time Royal Enfield FT 411 If Harley-Davidson develops a flat-tracker, would Royal Enfield stay behind? We dig the underpinnings of the FT 411 – Royal Enfield’s in-house flat-tracker, based on the big and bulky Himalayan

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