FROM THE WORKS OF NIGEL ROEBUCK
Fantasy League F1
As Nigel Roebuck leaves Autosport after more than three decades and heads to pastures new, it's time to say goodbye to one of the most revered motorsport journalists of our time. Autosport.com pays tribute to
The 'Buck Stops Here
The final Fifth Column
ASK NIGEL - THE FINAL ANSWERS
The one that stands out above all
What memorabilia do you treasure most?
Will motor racing continue to exist?
Any regrets from the past three decades?
The lowest low and highest high
Now, a story about Mr Denis Jenkinson...
How would the season look with Schumacher?
Does Priaulx deserve an F1 drive?
Will this spying affair ever end?
Could Ross Brawn save Honda?
How do you rate Jean Alesi?
Could Ronnie Peterson have been champion?
Why no engine development for 10 years?
Stirling Moss's foray into the BTCC
Have McLaren failed in driver management?
Has there ever been this much animosity?
What are your memories of Hans Stuck Jr?
What are your thoughts on Jenson Button?
What are your memories of Stefan Bellof?
Taking pleasure in Kimi's display of joy
Who would you like to see replacing Alonso?
Shouldn't McLaren just move on?
How good was Keke Rosberg?
Nigel's 2007 season review
How versatile was Jackie Stewart as a driver?
FIFTH COLUMN - THE 50 CLASSICS
F1 in Las Vegas
The Villeneuve/Pironi feud
Thoughts of Gilles
Andretti's return at Monza
Rosberg's Monaco win; F1's return to Spa
The new and old 'Rings
A JYS driving lesson - Au revoir, Kyalami
Enzo Ferrari interview
F1 ventures behind the Iron Curtain
An evening with Alboreto
Patrick Depailler remembered
Mingling with NASCAR's good ol' boys
Memories of Zandvoort
End of an era at Silverstone
F1 moves into the '90s
Senna and Prost clash at Suzuka, Pt 1
Jochen Rindt – 20 years on
Langhorne - a spooky place
Memories of the Osterreichring
Rodriguez's day in the rain
Team Lotus - hard times
Rick Mears' classic Indy 500 win
Schumacher's F1 debut
NSR's journalistic baptism
Senna blows his top at Suzuka
Rouen - circuit for the gods
Kyalami drivers' strike
The irony of the Mansell/Williams saga
Mille Miglia memories
Ferrari's 500th GP
Remembering James Hunt
Oulton Park memories
Remembering Clark – 25 years on
Alain Prost retires
Goodwood Festival of Speed
Reflecting on the loss of Senna
Farewell to a god
ITV has a hard act to follow
A tribute to Jenks
Prof. Sid Watkins - a remarkable man
Hall of Fame
Clay Regazzoni - a racer and a gentleman
Frank and Patrick - a great double act
The return of driver aids
Memories of Ken Tyrrell
Ferrari's Austria debacle
Three aces: Force, Gonzalez and Walker
Mario Andretti - miraculous deliverance
ROEBUCK ON GILLES VILLENEUVE
"I never think I can hurt myself,"
Gilles Villeneuve tells Nigel Roebuck at
Zolder on May 20th 1978, four years before the Canadian would lose his life at that very same track. This is a rare opportunity to listen to Gilles talk about his love for speed, his entry into F1 with McLaren, his relationship with Ferrari - and his fearless approach to racing
'A Rage to Win'
That's how Ferrari tech guru Mauro Forghieri summed up Gilles Villeneuve. Nigel Roebuck reflects on a legend and a friend 25 years after his death
Dijon 1979: Twin Turbo Chargers
No race encapsulated Gilles Villeneuve's approach to racing better than his famous duel for second with Rene Arnoux over the final laps of the 1979 French Grand Prix at Dijon. Here is the full race report as published in Autosport magazine after that famous race
Zolder 1982: Obituary
Autosport's obituary, written by Nigel Roebuck, as it appeared days after his fatal crash on May 8, 1982
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