The second and final part of Mat Oxley’s MotoGP review. This one’s on the big losers in 2013.
From the archive: a retrospective on Tazio Nuvolari, arguably one of the all-time great racing drivers
Gordon Kirby looks back at All American Racers’ unique BLAT Eagle Indycar and Mike Mosley’s win at Milwaukee
Gary Watkins looks back at the 2013 WEC and whether McNish, Kristensen and Duval were worthy champions
Alex Harmer on the 2013 BTCC, champion Andrew Jordan and comeback ‘kid’ Colin Turkington
Mat Oxley review the 2013 MotoGP season and looks at how Marc Márquez has changed the sport in only 12 months
Anthony Peacock on Sébastien Ogier’s dominant first season with Volkswagen and star of the future Thierry Neuville
Andrew Frankel on why Jaguar test driver and disc brake developer Norman Dewis deserves to be recognised for his achievements
From the archive: Denis Jenkinson pays tribute to Enzo Ferrari following his death in 1988
Gordon Kirby looks back at Brian Redman’s time in the USA, including a gruelling F5000/IROC meeting at Riverside
Damien Smith previews the new issue and offers some tidbits from his road trip with McNish that didn’t make it into the mag
Roebuck from the archives: Nigel on the career of straightforward sports car ace Brian Redman
Rob Widdows reports from the FIA GT Series championship-decider in Baku.
Rob Widdows is in Baku for the finale of the FIA GT Series, a venue that could be important in years to come
Gordon Kirby on NASCAR’s new six-time champion Jimmie Johnson and what makes him an all-time great
Following advice from his doctors, Franchitti has decided to hang up his boots – here’s the ‘Lunch With’ we did with him in 2011.
Rob Widdows speaks to Audi’s Allan McNish about becoming world champion for the first time
Mat Oxley speaks to Jeremy Burgess after the announcement that he and Valentino Rossi will part ways
Gordon Kirby on Jimmie Johnson’s return to title form and his friendly rivalry with Matt Kenseth
Karun Chandhok explains why his home race will return and why it means so much to the sport
Paul Fearnley discusses motor sport’s most dominant drivers and where they sit amongst the sporting world’s greats