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Wednesday 10th February 2016

 

Formula 1

Alastair Caldwell podcast

The ex-McLaren team manager chats to Nigel Roebuck, Damien Smith, Rob Widdows and Simon Arron

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Is Honda’s ‘size zero’ obsolete?

Honda continues to keep the turbo within the vee of its engine while Mercedes’ compressor is already too big for that. Is Honda holding itself back?

Renault’s Formula 1 return

Enstone is emerging from dark days and there’s a strong, passionate core who want to see it return to former glories.

Jack Brabham – Personality Parade

Asking a double World Champion about the highlight of his career via questionnaire? A different time…

The trouble with Dr Marko…

A grateful and humble Red Bull advisor? Perhaps Helmut Marko “should just shut it?”

Vic Elford on coaching Juan Pablo Montoya

What was Montoya like behind the wheel when he first started racing? ‘Quick Vic’ explains…

Drivers demanding a return to flat-out F1

Drivers, teams and Pirelli want heat-degrading tyres abolished. Will F1 listen?

Giving up is never an option

Damien Smith discusses some of the sport’s greatest fightbacks with Johnny Herbert and Giles Richards

Peace In Our Time? Maybe…

The power unit questions seem to have been answered and Ecclestone hasn’t wrestled control back

Being driven by racing drivers

From Ayrton Senna to Gerhard Berger, from Patrick Tambay to Guy Smith, Frankel has sat next to some impressive drivers

Richard Attwood’s Formula 1 adventure

The 1970 Le Mans 24 Hours winner – an accurate stylist lacking a puncher’s power?

F1 about to score another own goal?

Why the 2017 Formula 1 regulations are set to disappoint even more than we first thought

Maria Teresa de Filippis, 1926-2016

The first female Formula 1 driver passed away over the weekend; we look back to our 2012 feature on one of the sport’s true trailblazers

Tyler Alexander – 1940-2016

In memory of Alexander’s passing we look back to 2013 when Simon Taylor met him for lunch.

1966: A seminal year in American racing history

The year that gave us many firsts in American racing from Can-Am to the Daytona 24 Hours

Why Formula 1 needs Ferrari

Does the great Italian brand need F1? Sergio Marchionne may not think so…

F1 2015: beyond our top 10

The top 10 drivers of 2015 have been profiled in the magazine, but what of the bottom 11?

Wind back to 1977…

An edition of the early motor sport radio show featuring trips to Silverstone and Le Mans in 1977

Great racing cars: 2004 Ferrari F2004

Rob Smedley on the “perfect racing car,” which Schumacher used to “destroy everyone” in 2004

Formula 1 photo galleries

Motor Sport on Formula 1

Motor Sport was reporting on Grand Prix (F1) racing long before the World Championship started in 1950. It soon became the place to catch up on all the racing in Britain, Europe and even as far afield as Australia and America thanks to the work of our late Continental Correspondent Denis Jenkinson and our late Founder Editor Bill Boddy. Today it continues to be the authoritative voice on the sport with Editor-in-Chief Nigel Roebuck and Editor Damien Smith continuing in the footsteps of DSJ and WB.