Meet Norman and Luciano. One was Jaguar's chief test drive in the '50s. The other is today. Both wanted to know how much the job has changed - so Gavin Conway introduced them.
Goodwood hangs in a freezing mist of rain. Inside the great house, a familiar crowd shuffles between coffee trays and long handshakes. They've come to hear the Earl's plans for the year, to celebrate the man's vision. And...
– Lord March’s memories of Goodwood
– The strategy behind Hamilton’s “best race”
– Why Bernie wants more points for winners
The Speedway Motel. For years, before I finally went to Indianapolis for the first time in 1981, there was such an evocative quality about that name, and it’s a certainty that no hostelry on earth presents quite the same view. Take a back room there, look out of...
Jack Lewis shot to F1 in no time, but his star shone only momentarily as he and racing parted company
By Paul Fearnley
There are racing drivers who do not look like racing drivers – for example, Bobby Rahal, bless his fireproof socks – and there are those who do. I cannot cite a single scientific fact to support my bold statement, but I can cite Carlos Reutemann.
If the craggy Argentinian –...