Will Kevin Magnussen be a Lewis-Evans or a Badoer when he subs at McLaren in Melbourne?
Find out more about one of F1′s foremost designers through the ’70s and ’80s
Forty years have passed since Graham Hill was taken from us. Fearnley looks back with the help of JYS and Hill’s wife Bette.
What the last era of 1000 horsepower F1 cars was like, and why the concept’s worth revisiting
From Penske’s first foray as an F1 constructor to its first win in 1976
Two poles to start the year for Shadow promised much but delivered little
Remembering the 1972 Monaco Grand Prix winner
The long-time Team Lotus mechanic recalls his time with Mario Andretti
Max Verstappen may be young, but JYS proved in the early ’60s that if you’re good enough, you’re old enough
Fangio vs Moss and
Hamilton vs Rosberg
Arguing that customer cars and three-car teams are in fact part of the very fabric of Formula 1 history
How triumph turned to dust for two British drivers on the rise in the 1984 Brazilian GP
The short history of an F1 superteam that never
really got off the ground
Celebrating the history of
Formula 1′s ‘failures’
Gurney’s body of work with Ford will be recognised this week
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of John Surtees’ F1 title
A photographic look back at constructors champions since 1958
A look back at the finale of the 1974 F1 season when the sport tragically lost Helmuth Koinigg
“I get disappointed when I hear about modern racing drivers not having any interest in the past,” said Sir Jackie Stewart when he came into the office to edit the December 2011 issue of Motor Sport. “The one thing about history, and the one thing about knowing a bit of it, is that you learn from it”. Not only that, but the sight of Grand Prix machines tackling the old Nürburgring and Spa circuits is enough to get most of us hooked on the sport for good. Motor Sport has always delved into interesting stories from the past and although the magazine looks to the future, it constantly keeps an eye on F1 history.