Sebastian Vettel is the youngest double world champion in history. And there were other exciting championship decisions throughout the weekend. For example in the World Series by Renault, the Blancpain Endurance Series, the Italian Superstars Series, the International GTSprint Series, and the British GT Championship.

But the definitely closest championship decider of the season must have been the one in the British Superbike Championship with Tommy Hill beating John Hopkins by a mere nine thousands of a second to a championship winning second place in Brands Hatch, even exceeding the sensational championship decider in the Supersport class, were Alastair Seeley took the title by one point over Ben Wilson.

Congratulations to all 2011 champions and their teams!

So you see, not always the real excitement lies, where everyone is looking. Good thing we gathered all of last weekend’s stories and compiled them in yet another 100 pages plus edition. Championship deciding race or not, we got it anyway. And hey, it’s still FOR FREE!

You can download P1Mag issue no. 37 AS ALWAYS FREE OF CHARGE by clicking HERE

Enjoy the read.

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