The legacy of Ron Tauranac, the designer of world championship-winning Brabham Formula 1 cars and founder of Ralt who passed away last week aged 95, lives on in UK motorsport. The hub that was Tauranac's Ralt factory in Weybridge through the late 1970s and 1980s is arguably responsible for much that we are seeing today.
Arguably Carlin and Double R Racing, the two most successful teams in British Formula 3 and 4 over the past half a decade, would not exist quite in the form they do today without his enormous influence.
Juan Manuel Correa has had a long road to recovery from that horrific day at Spa in 2019. ART's decision to give him his race return in FIA Formula 3 in 2021 is a victory in itself, but his determination will surely - in time - have him fighting for bigger things
F3 rookie Oscar Piastri only just snatched the 2020 title with Prema Racing, but the setbacks he overcame to do so suggest that Renault's next Australian talent is one destined for the top
Recently named as Autosport's greatest single-seater, Ralt's RT3 launched a plethora of superstar drivers through the early 1980s, and established the constructor as the go-to place for your single-seater weapon
With the title race finely poised ahead of the final triple-header, a category returnee who raced George Russell in his F3 days lends Autosport his thoughts on the ones to watch
The passing of Ralt boss Ron Tauranac last week drew tributes from around the world, not least from the bosses of three prominent teams on whom the Australian designer made a lasting impression
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