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's legends: Jean Behra

6th November 2013

Taken from the March 1998 issue of Motor Sport Why are we drawn to this sport?...

Roebuck's legends: Mansell in the media

1st November 2013

Taken from the February 1998 issue of Motor Sport It is 21 years, I realise...

The pros and cons of social media

24th October 2013

Every year, shortly before Christmas, a letter arrives from a woman I have...

Roebuck's legends: Phil Hill on Ferrari

11th October 2013

Taken from the December 1997 issue of Motor Sport No one ever had Enzo Ferrari’...

How good was Peter Revson?

2nd October 2013

Dear Nigel, Next March will mark the 40th anniversary of Peter Revson’s death...

Lauda's falling out with Ferrari

2nd October 2013

Dear Nigel, I’d like your opinion on the 1977 F1 season, in particular the...


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Nigel Roebuck

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