Juggling writers and features can be a black art, so we’re smug that asking Paul Fearnley to tell the story of Segrave’s historic 1923 French GP victory coincided with his move to France to live the Good Life on his own farmlet. As a vegetarian he won’t be swapping hints with Andrew Frankel, who when he’s not racing historic cars breeds his own sheep in the Wye valley. But one phone call had him on a plane to Weissach, when Porsche offered him a drive in a famous 962C, a perfect fit for our 90 Years of Le Mans special. This year’s race is up in the air again, as sports car expert Gary Watkins found when Toyota gave frank answers about its hybrid’s chances. While we’re ‘in the air’, our stunt columnist Ed Foster almost rolled his new racer, which is one wheel short of a car. Ironic, as wheels form the centre of his discussion with Pirelli about F1 tyres.