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Monday 24th November 2014

 

Sports Cars

In the cockpit with… Tom Onslow-Cole

The seven-time BTCC race winner on his switch to GTs

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Tom Kristensen retires

Read Simon Taylor’s ‘Lunch with…’ interview with the nine-time Le Mans winner from 2010

Home sweet home

Getting back to family life after racing in Australia

The Journey to Le Mans

A new documentary following 2014 LMP2 class victors Jota Sport

Audi to enter F1?

Why last week’s rumour is nothing more than speculation… and why it might contain a grain of truth

Tambay and Haas

A look back at one of Can-Am’s most successful relationships

Done and dusted

Petit Le Mans brought a change of form for the #4 Corvette

Drivers’ Forum at the Revival

Derek Bell, Stirling Moss, Jochen Mass, Alain de Cadenet and Max Chilton talk at the Credit Suisse Drivers’ Forum

Touch the Sky

A preview from a new documentary featuring Alex Zanardi

Côte de COTA

A disappointing weekend in Austin and a promising start in V8 Supercars

The man in the green helmet

Happy birthday to Henri Pescarolo, France’s Le Mans hero

Podcast with Derek Bell

Rob Widdows and Nigel Roebuck pay a visit to the home of five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell

Finally back in the game

Recovering from a mid-season bombshell, heading back to America

The vagaries of Virginia

Looking back on a weekend marred by crashes as the GTs went for overall victory at VIR

In praise of Derek Warwick

Why the 1992 Le Mans winner deserves recognition

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

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.