Inside the September 2018 issue
The September issue of Motor Sport goes on sale next week (Wednesday 25 July) and will be hitting UK subscribers' doorsteps early next week. Read on to discover what you'll find behind the cover.
“I remember riding through that long right-hander through the village of Burneville for the first time, thinking, F**k me, if this goes wrong here...”
There are few sports that lend themselves to benchmarking as naturally as motor sport. Often decided by fine margins, there's always scope for somebody to be the first, go the fastest or even the furthest. Some records are there to be beaten, but history sometimes shifts a few so they can never be reached. We celebrate those eternal feats.
“In Formula E, you're looking for the dirt behind the lens, the minimum that makes the difference between success and failure"
Embattled Audi has bounced back from dieselgate to find its feet in the 'cleaner' world of Formula E.
The story of Agusta
“Iran's air force and other dubious militaries became fundamental to the Count's business”
As MV Agusta prepares to return to mainstream motorcycle racing, we reflect on Count Domenico Agusta. He built on of the great Grand Prix teams of the 1960s and 1970s, but behind the scenes his family also had a darker side.
F1's state of play
Such is the pace of things in Formula 1 that the outlandish quickly becomes the accepted. As we approach the summer break, it's timely to recall a few of this year's features that nobody had anticipated.
Lunch with John Barnard
“Sheet steel? That would be too heavy. Carbon was out there, so I went to see British Aerospace"
He's an old school pioneer whose designs have conquered F1 and the Indy 500 - and his influence endures.