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Scott Mitchell is Autosport's Formula 1 reporter, and a judge for the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award. He joined Autosport in 2013 after graduating from the University of Kent with first-class honours in Journalism. He has worked on Autosport's national section, managing the features content on the magazine and website, and coordinating the Autosport Plus subscriber section.
During that time, Scott covered a range of series from junior single-seaters to Formula E, via the British Touring Car Championship, before joining the F1 team for 2018. His brace of Renault MSA Young Journalist of the Year awards mean his accomplishments in motorsport journalism outstrip his number of major racing honours by two.
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Why Bottas and F1 should fear 'struggling' HamiltonLewis Hamilton says he is still struggling to extract the most from the 2019 Mercedes. That should concern his rivals, as he's already comfortably bettered his tally from the first five races of 2018, and is only likely to get better over the rest of the year1558051200F1
The polystyrene problem behind BTCC qualifying farceThe British Touring Car Championship qualifying session at Croft was disrupted by five red flags, with three coming after drivers hit Recticel barriers placed at certain corners. The paddock - with expert analysis from Rob Austin - reacts1560643200BTCC
The top 10 Le Mans races of all timeAutosport's sportscar expert goes through the archives, and back through his own memories, to pick out the most unforgettable races in the epic history of the Le Mans 24 Hours - featuring extended highlights clips of every race1560556800WEC
The motorsport LGBTQ+ tolerance lessons of a W Series starSarah Moore is enjoying 2019 - on and off the track. The W Series frontrunner was recently announced as a driver ambassador for new LGBTQ+ initiative Racing Pride and shares her thoughts on tolerance and acceptance in motorsport1560556800W
Le Mans 2019: The team by team guideThe grand finale of the World Endurance Championship superseason is imminent. Here is our guide to the entire field, and our predictions for how they might all fare1560556800WEC
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