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

The trouble with Dr Marko…

28th January 2016

Boy, Helmut Marko never lets up, does he? Having devoted – like his Red Bull...

The rise of Sergio Marchionne

23rd December 2015

The 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix was memorable for a superb wheel-to-wheel battle in...

What if Jeff Gordon had gone to F1?

25th November 2015

Mexico’s recent return to the world championship was a huge success, and that...

Senna and Hamilton: making sense of the comparisons

28th October 2015

In Austin Lewis Hamilton duly clinched his third world championship, and there’...

Echoes of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna

30th September 2015

In Singapore – where a 41st Grand Prix victory would have put him on par with...

Kimi Räikkönen: "a misunderstood individual"

27th August 2015

The ‘silly season’ has been intrinsic to Formula 1 since Job was a boy, and...


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