F1 Racing Magazine Launches in Spain through Haymarket license

Through a licensing agreement with UK Publisher Haymarket, Spanish publisher MC Ediciones is launching the Spanish edition of F1 Racing on December 20 with a circulation of 30,000 and a copy sale price of 5 euros.

F1 Racing is also published in Mexico, where Haymarket licenses the magazine to Editorial Premiere. Circulation in Mexico is 30,000 monthly.

MC Ediciones publishes more than 70 titles in categories such as kitchen (recipes), history, car magazines, fitness and home improvement.

This month, MC Ediciones, bought Que Leer (monthly, circ. 30,000), Literary Review and Book Magazine, from Hachette Filipacchi Spain. 

Earlier this year MC Ediciones bought Clio magazine, a publication about history from Hachette Filipacchi. Clio magazine has a monthly circulation of 50,000. 


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