Inside the December 2018 issue
With the December 2018 issue of Motor Sport going on sale on Wednesday 31 October, and subscriber copies landing on doorsteps as early as Saturday 27 October, we've highlighted a few key features to give you a glimpse behind the latest cover.
Before he was famous
“He absolutely destroyed everyone. Just romped it, really. He got pole by a mile..."
Formula Ford, British F3, an impressive F1 test with Williams... Here we reflect on Ayrton Senna's formative years.
“People laughed at us for the first few years, they really did, but we don’t hear that so much now"
New car, more power, revised format, fresh drivers: here’s all you need to know ahead of the start of season five of the all-electric series.
Inside the Iceman
He might be an individual of precious few words, in public at least, but Kimi Räikkönen's new authorised biography extends to more than 300 pages. Here, the writer offers an insight into the project's genesis.
My perfect month
“The prospect of running in a live test session among other sports-prototypes made it a real baptism of fire"
Another year over and Motor Sport's resident historic racer can't wait for a new one to start. Dickie Meaden reflects on the campaign just past.
“We are prepared to stay long term in F1 like Ferrari has done. Ferrari wasn't always fighting for championships but it's usually been there or thereabouts and this is the plan we have."
Toto Wolff didn't seek increased influence in the politically charged Formula 1 paddock, but circumstance thrust it upon him. His present situation has caused him to think differently about the sport, as he explained in an exclusive interview with Mark Hughes.
Gurney's Chevy Impala
“I must admit to being surprised, disappointed and disillusioned by the action which prevented the car from running."
Fifty-seven years ago, Dan Gurney brought a monster Chevrolet to the UK to fight the dominant Jaguars. It came agonisingly close to scoring an upset... before it was banned.