In this month’s issue: dealing with motor sport’s past without giving up on its future
Damien Smith looks at a new leadership structure for Formula 1. Bernie and the F1 Strategy Group are out, but there’s a role for former Diageo boss Paul Walsh
Looking forward to what could be one of the best Le Mans 24 Hours yet
Sir Frank Williams talks about the struggles he’s faced in F1 and Bernie Ecclestone…
How the team at the British Grand Prix venue are working to make it viable
Highlights from this month’s magazine interview with ’88 Le Mans 24 Hours winner Lammers.
Another innovative design will take the fight to Toyota, Audi and Porsche
Burgers with AJ Foyt, road trips to Europe’s greatest circuits and an interview with Christian Horner
Motor Sport and Damien Smith receive industry recognition
The 2014 Formula 1 season review, Lunch With… Walter Wolf and an interview with Alessandro Nannini
A preview of the December issue, plus a comment on F1′s current financial climate
Want to work at Motor Sport? There’s a job opening on our sales team
A preview of the latest issue of Motor Sport and our exclusive interview with Enzo’s son
Our collectors’ special, featuring
favourites from the worlds of F1, sports cars, Indycars and rallying
Contrasting the problems of F1 in 1970 with those of the present in the new issue of Motor Sport
A preview of the September 2014 issue of Motor Sport and our Adrian Newey cover feature
A preview of the August issue of Motor Sport and our cover feature, an exclusive interview with FIA president Jean Todt
The editor introduces our 260-page, 90th anniversary July issue.
Preview of the June issue of Motor Sport, a Le Mans special
Motor Sport magazine was founded in 1924 and initially carried the title The Brooklands Gazette. The enthusiastically random mixture of contents gave it a life of its own, veering from Grands Prix (F1) to club trials, testing cars, boats and even aircraft, interviewing the famous, the forgotten and the frankly anonymous. Bill Boddy stepped up to the editor’s chair in 1936 and his encyclopaedic knowledge of the arcane byways of the motoring world made the magazine a vital historical archive. Motor Sport continues to be intelligent, opinionated and knowledgeable on racing, road cars and motor racing history, contrasting the sport’s past with current events.