Nigel Roebuck

It’s been Formula 1 all the way for Nigel – he started covering the sport in 1971. In the mid-1970s he worked for Graham Hill’s Embassy F1 team, before joining Autosport for whom he has written over 400 Grand Prix reports. Nigel joined Motor Sport full-time on January 1 2008.

Latest articles from Motor Sport online

Roebuck and Brundle's Christmas lunch

19th December 2016

As I hope you will see from my final Motor Sport column (out on December 31st...

Ron's way

18th November 2016

Nigel Roebuck on Ron Dennis, the fallout, and the fallings out The rumours had...

Precision needs to be rewarded – not by run-off

1st November 2016

In the aftermath of the Mexican Grand Prix, Nigel Roebuck asks whether drivers...

1 – 1986 Australian GP

21st October 2016

“It’s a long way down here, isn’t it?” said Alain Prost. “I must say I’m glad...

2 – 1935 German GP

14th October 2016

Nothing was left to chance. Mercedes-Benz entered five cars – one more than...

3 – 1961 Monaco GP

14th October 2016

Rob Walker, his team owner, always reckoned that Stirling Moss’s victory at the...


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