Fifth Column-Nigel Roebuck
Until the rules on track limits are enforced consistently, or flouting them puts a driver at a disadvantage, they’ll continue to be disregarded.
Dovizioso's Wet Win Keeps Thrilling Title Race Alive
JUST WHEN IT SEEMED MARC MARQUEZ was on the brink of securing MotoGP title number four, Andrea Dovizioso scored a sixth race win of the season to ensure that this most unpredictable of championship campaigns goes down to the last race.
Ogier's New Home
For the first time since he started winning world championships, Sebastien Ogier will arrive at rally GB without having already sealed the title. But the four-time world champion has no regrets about signing for m-sport after Volkswagen’s withdrawal from Ralling.
The Shock Of The New
If the spectacle of Lewis Hamilton carving his way to the world title seems familiar, much is changing off-track in the new Liberty era.
King Richard The Lionheart Triumphs
“I HAD TO WIN THAT RACE; NOTHING else could do,” said a mentally drained Richard Tarling, having snatched the Historic Formula Ford crown in his Jamun from beneath the noses of Merlyn men Michael O’Brien and Callum Grant in a classic Silverstone slipstream finish. It had been an emotional rollercoaster of an HSCC Championship Finals meeting in which the fortunes of all three waxed and waned over the double-header, and two dropped scores became the key arbiters.
Fighting Foster Takes Festival Triple
THOSE IN THE KNOW SAY THAT to win the Formula Ford Festival even once you need a combination of speed, experience, and a little bit of luck.
Bentley Breaks Status Quo
Parfitt and Morris rocked all over the world. Well, the UK anyway.
Lewis Inflicts A Painful Defeat
SEBASTIAN VETTEL MADE A GREAT START TO GET AHEAD OF LEWIS HAMILTON in the United States Grand Prix but, as he struggled to build a substantial gap, it soon became clear that the Mercedes had a clear performance advantage. Hamilton used this to claim another win, widening his drivers’ championship lead and sealing another constructors’ crown for Mercedes.
Why Toro Rosso May Not Be Honda's Rebound
LAST FRIDAY, OVER THE COURSE OF 12 minutes, a flurry of announcements was made in the Singapore Grand Prix paddock.
Turkington's Missed Chance As Sutton Digs Deep
An unexpected twist of fortunes ensured points leader Sutton held his advantage.
How Vettel Shot Himself In The Foot
“YOUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS MINE,” WAS LEWIS HAMILTON’S DOWNBEAT response, a few hours after qualifying fifth, when asked how he intended to limit the damage Sebastian Vettel would inflict upon him in the following evening’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Prodrive Pair Peerless
TWO NEW NAMES WERE ADDED TO THE list of Supercars race winners at Sandown, as Cam Waters and Richie Stanaway combined to take their maiden main game victories.
Porsche Closes On Title After Another Swap
Neel Jani, Andre Lotterer and Nick Tandy were the moral victors, but had to hand the lead over to their team-mates. Again.
Newgarden Dethrones Pagenaud
The 2016 champion won the race, but couldn’t prevent his Penske team-mate taking the title.
Frijns And Leonard Defy Finale Chaos
THE BLANCPAIN SPRINT CUP FINALE WAS so frenetic and dramatic that two unexpected title contenders – of the 13 drivers who entered the weekend with a shot at the championship – didn’t even realise they were fighting for the crown when the crucial pass was made.
Fittipaldi Frustrated In Austin
PIETRO FITTIPALDI HAD A HARD time of it in Austin, the first round of this series in the US, where his Formula V8 3.5 championship lead was cut to 10 points with just one round remaining.
DTM Drops Hated Performance-Balance System
FEW EXPECTED THE DTM TO DROP its controversial performance-weight system last week – at a crucial point of the season, with just two rounds remaining and drivers from all three manufacturers in the title hunt.
Results Are In From F1 World Cup
Second Title On The Spin For Clio Man ‘Patch'
VICTORY FOR PATRICK FLETCHER in the second Clio 182 race at Thruxton sealed back-to-back championship wins, with two races of the series remaining.
Smith Strikes Gold In F2 March
FORTY-FIVE YEARS AFTER RONNIE Peterson won the last Formula 2 race at Oulton Park in a March 722, Northern Ireland’s Darwin Smith drove a sister car to a scintillating double victory over Richard Evans’s 742.
Two Wins For Fassler And Vanthoor
BLANCPAIN SPRINT CUP HUNGARORING (H) AUGUST 26-27 ROUND 4/5
History Books Miss Out Leclerc's Spa Brilliance
FORMULA 2 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS (B) AUGUST 26-27 ROUND 8/11
Marquez's Lead Blown Away By Dovi
A rare Honda engine failure shook up the championship order, and it was Ducati rider Dovizioso who took advantage
Behind The Wheel: The Noise Of Silence
IT’S NOT THE ‘RADIO controlled-car on steroids’ sound emitted from the motors that grabs my attention; it’s every other noise I’m noticing as I drive the world’s first fully electric rallycross car.
Sutton Again As Title Race Slims To Two Man Bout
The momentum is with the Subaru man, and it seems that only Turkington can stop him.
Battery And Assault
Electric rallycross is on its way soon. But how did Austrian company STARD develop its prototype for this all-action branch of the sport?
Hamilton's Race Ferrari's 'Victory'
Why Vettel's Spa pace scares Mercedes
Ginetta Junior - Priaulx Under Pressure
No driver who’s won the Ginetta Junior Winter Series has finished outside the top two in the standings the following year if they’ve completed a full season. No wonder Seb Priaulx is feeling a little bit under pressure.
Vettel Proves Ferrari Is Back
FORMULA 1'S NEW ERA IS ALL ABOUT BIGGER CARS, WIDER TYRES, MORE downforce, and greater performance than ever before. But this category remains one defined by small margins, and ultimately it was minor details that meant Ferrari rather than Mercedes went home victorious from the first grand prix of 2017.
A genuine threat to mercedes.