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Monday 1st September 2014

 

Sports Cars

In praise of Derek Warwick

Why the 1992 Le Mans winner deserves recognition

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Fighting to the finish

A scrappy United SportsCar Championship race at Elkhart Lake

A visit to the temple of speed

Corvette Racing salvage points at a hectic Indianapolis race

Looking forward, not back

Safety concerns mar Mosport while the No.4 Corvette’s woes continue

Still in love with Le Mans

Derek Bell still feels at home at the classic French circuit

Setbacks at the Glen

A potential podium, points and penalties – Watkins Glen had it all

Unlucky at Le Mans

How a good race can turn in an instant

Joy and despair

How fortunes can change over the course of 24 hours

Losing streaks

Toyota isn’t the only one to try and fail at major events

Porsche at Le Mans

Back at Le Mans for the first time since 1998: no results to speak of but plenty of respect earned

Audi wins dramatic Le Mans

Disappointment for Toyota and Porsche as Audi scores 13th win

Toyota on pole at Le Mans

Porsche pipped to the top spot on Le Mans return

The battle for LMP2 honours

Alex Brundle on what makes the LMP2 category at Le Mans so exciting.

Bell back in a Porsche 962

Derek Bell is all set to race a 962C in the Le Mans support race even if his Donington test was washed out.

Bentley’s win on home soil

Works driver Guy Smith speaks to Rob Widdows about Bentley’s return to the top.

Looking forward to Le Mans

Toyota vs Audi vs Porsche – Buemi tells us what to expect at Le Mans.

Nissan LMP1 announced

Nissan returns to Le Mans in 2015

On-board at Laguna Seca

Two cameras on Scott Sharp’s car

Hard-nosed tactics

An unlucky weekend in Monterey

Sports Cars photo galleries

Motor Sport on Sports Cars

In 1955 Motor Sport‘s Continental Correspondent Denis Jenkinson partnered the great Stirling Moss in the Mille Miglia and won the event. It’s an achievement that both Sir Stirling and Motor Sport have remained immensely proud of. Nowadays our sports car coverage may not be written from the passenger seat of a Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, but it comes from the front line of the new World Endurance Championship and other sports car series around the world.