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
Damien Smith previews the new issue and our cover story: Senna and Schumacher’s unfulfilled rivalry
Damien Smith previews the new issue of Motor Sport and Mark Hughes’s manifesto for a revitalised Formula 1
Motor Sport’s digital Grand Prix reports and ‘Month in motor sport’ shortlisted for coveted award.
The online Motor Sport archive, featuring every page from the last 90 years. Coming soon…
As part of our 90th year celebrations we’re asking you who the greatest racing driver was from each decade.
As part of our 90th year celebrations we’re asking you which the greatest car was from each decade.
Damien Smith previews the March issue of Motor Sport and gives a taster of Nigel Roebuck’s illuminating interview with Mark Webber
Damien Smith previews the new issue and explains why Ferrari’s latest signing didn’t make it into the cover feature
Damien Smith previews the new issue and offers some tidbits from his road trip with McNish that didn’t make it into the mag
Damien Smith previews the December issue of Motor Sport and our cover story – an exclusive interview with Nelson Piquet
OK, I’m sold. I’d been told it was the case and now I know it’s true. Austin is a great …
100 Greatest Grands Prix The races that made the legends This one-off special, brought to you by Motor Sport magazine, …
There’s no particular order to our list of 100 reasons why we love Aston Martin. The point of our October …
Taken from the May 1997 issue of Motor Sport In a book shop the other day, I noticed by chance …
When I go to a Formula 1 Grand Prix, in order to make a comprehensive report for Motor Sport…
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.