Preview Esquire Weekly's Second Issue

Introducing 'the difficult second issue' of Esquire Weekly, available to download right now.

On the cover you'll find Niki Lauda, three-time world champion and a man for whom the word disaster means more than most. Maurice Hamilton, doyen of F1 writers, profiles his incredible life story from horrifically wounded driver to airline boss via a further, deadly crash.

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Inside, read about one man's life being overtaken by Grand Theft Auto, ponder the sustainability of Spanish football's hyper economy, examine the essential autumn trends and marvel at a quite spectacular video featuring a potty-mouthed joke from Lake Bell. (Pro tip: you may need to watch it more than once)

Wait, you want more? Not a problem: Esquire contributing Editor, Andrew Harrison, reviews the new album from Elvis Costello and The Roots, a pairing the like of which hasn't been seen since David Guest married Liza Minelli. Or something.

And that's before we've even mentioned The Crunch List, a weekly countdown of all the things worth knowing about, and some that aren't, too.

Enjoy the issue.

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