A quick-fix kept one of the Bentleys in the race in 2001, but it almost went wrong just yards from the finishing line.
Bentley boss Wolfgang Durheimer enlightens Frankel on the company’s future motor sport plans
From Ayrton Senna to Gerhard Berger, from Patrick Tambay to Guy Smith, Frankel has sat next to some impressive drivers
Does the great Italian brand need F1? Sergio Marchionne may not think so…
Aston Martin, Bentley, Alfa Romeo, Renault, Honda… They all have reasons to make 2016 a year to look forward to
Do we really want a TV channel showing only half the races live? Here’s why the move to Channel 4 could be good news for the fans
The most successful driver of Jaguar’s D-type? According to Frankel, Bueb deserves more than the usual passing thought
Porsche’s Mission E concept could be the start of a giant step forward in electric vehicle technology
It’s not all doom and gloom at McLaren – its road cars are flying off the shelves
Even with its star line-up and varied machinery, the Race of Champions’ TV spectacle left much to be desired
The beauty of the original NSX and whether the new hybrid version will live up to expectations
It’s the most impressive yet least-charming new 911 Frankel has driven in the last 10 years.
Porsche has won the WEC constructors’ crown in only its second season and it might well be the marque’s finest achievement yet
Frankel finds epiphany in the heart of Wales
Why the latest Tour de France has the potential to become the one of the most desirable Ferrari road cars of all time
Why the ramifications of the VW scandal might not be resolved for decades and could reduce its motor sport programmes
Finally coming into possession of one of the greatest works of racing research ever
In the wake of a scandal that has rocked the VW Group and sent its higher-ups packing, what will happen to the rest of the industry?