Gordon Kirby thinks Jacques Villeneuve could learn a thing or two from Mario Andretti about staying competitive at Indy
Dario Franchitti gives us an update of what he’s got planned for the year since his enforced retirement from racing
Paul Fearnley thinks the mooted Garage 56-style experimental entry at Indianapolis is urgently needed
Mat Oxley explains the decline of US Superbikes, which has fed GP racing with top riders for decades
Gordon Kirby on Jr’s second Daytona win and what lies in store for NASCAR in 2014
Paul Tracy bemoans the lack of consistency displayed by US racing officials
Gordon Kirby looks back at the life and career of driver and engineer Mark Donohue, one of the great all-rounders
Gordon Kirby looks back to the 1920s and three of America’s greatest ever racers
Gordon Kirby on the fan backlash to the ‘NASCAR mentality’ creeping in to American sports car racing
Gordon Kirby reports on 2014′s first major endurance race, a 1-2-3-4 sweep for the Corvette DPs
Gordon Kirby speaks to Indy 500 winner Parnelli Jones about his experiences in the Baja 1000
Gordon Kirby looks back at the quick, but unreliable 4WD Lotus 64 and Chapman’s last visit to the famous Brickyard
Gordon Kirby’s highlight of the year: watching two highly professional drivers build their championship campaigns
Mario Andretti teams up with Playstation so that the gaming company can rebuild his first racer.
Gordon Kirby recalls Jackie Stewart’s 1971 foray into Can-Am in a Haas-run Lola
Gordon Kirby looks back at All American Racers’ unique BLAT Eagle Indycar and Mike Mosley’s win at Milwaukee
Gordon Kirby looks back at Brian Redman’s time in the USA, including a gruelling F5000/IROC meeting at Riverside
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.
Gordon Kirby on Jimmie Johnson’s return to title form and his friendly rivalry with Matt Kenseth
Gordon Kirby on IndyCar’s ‘big three’ teams, its smaller outfits and their prospects for next season
Motor Sport on US Scene
Gordon Kirby started covering Indycar racing, the original Can-Am series, the American Formula 5000 series, the Daytona 500 and the long-distance sports car races at Daytona, Sebring and Watkins Glen in 1973 when he began his work as Autosport‘s American correspondent. Over the years he’s covered more than 650 Indy car races and 35 Daytona 500s. Looking back, he feels lucky and pleased that he was able to cover the final two years of the great Can-Am series and enjoy the rich variety of American racing (The US Scene), changeable as its been, over four decades and more.