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Tuesday 6th October 2015


Latest from Motor Sport

EXCLUSIVE: Honda misery set to continue into 2016

The first time McLaren-Honda’s 2015 and 2016 situation has been explained in full

The greatest racing reference book

Finally coming into possession of one of the greatest works of racing research ever

Classified spotlight: Porsche 911 50

A special edition built to celebrate a milestone for the famous model

Tandy’s historic Petit Le Mans victory

Yet another win for the break-out Brit, while Action Express wins the USC title again with Barbosa and Fittipaldi

Richard Burns: Rally GB hero

The first in a new series, we look at the late Richard Burns and his success at Rally GB

Austin Healeys star at Castle Combe

The fourth Castle Combe Autumn Classic was the best one yet

Historic racing at Paul Ricard and Dijon

Two major historic festivals in France top a busy race weekend

Graham Hill, 40 years on

A preview of our special issue, looking back at Graham Hill’s life and career after 40 years

Classified spotlight: Aston Martin DB2 Vantage

It’s definitely a project car, but one with a strong connection to Aston Martin’s racing heritage

Nigel Roebuck

Kimi Räikkönen: “a misunderstood individual”

Cutting through the public image to find the real Räikkönen

The great Sid Watkins

A peerless medical man and the best company you’d ever find.

Red Bull’s complaints are hurting Formula 1

F1 might be struggling in certain areas, but that’s no reason to act without dignity

Race reports

2015 Japanese GP report

Nico Rosberg was on pole, but it was Lewis Hamilton who scored a dominant victory to equal the tally of Ayrton Senna

2015 Singapore GP report

An uncharacteristically middling performance from Mercedes gave Vettel and Ricciardo a chance to shine

2015 Italian GP report

One of Hamilton and Mercedes’ most dominant victories together, although not without its wobbles along the way

Hall of Fame

Alain Prost

51 Grand Prix victories, four World Driver’s Championships.

1976 Austrian Grand Prix.
James Hunt

Entering Formula 1 in 1973 with the hard-partying Hesketh team

McGuinness headshot
John McGuinness

McGuinness, the Morecambe Missile, is the son of a motorcycle mechanic

Ross Brawn

One of the most successful race car designers of all time

Motor Sport team

Andrew Frankel

After an inglorious stint in the City convinced him that he could handle cars…

Paul Fearnley

Having spent much of his formative years soaked and sideways in his…

Mark Hughes

Grand Prix editor of Autosport for 10 years, in previous lives he raced cars,…

Mat Oxley

As a racer, Mat is an Isle of Man TT winner and lap record…