general News and Analysis
For the latest #ThinkingForward interview we speak to ex-F1 driver David Coulthard and his Czech business partner Karel Komarek about why they are bankrolling an ambitious new programme to empower female racing drivers to reach F1.
The stories of a thrilling British Grand Prix fill this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (7 July).
Le Mans 24 Hours privateer and constructor Alain de Cadenet has died aged 76 after a long battle with illness.
Ex-Formula 1 and IndyCar driver Max Chilton has broken both official and unofficial hillclimb records at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed aboard the McMurtry Automotive Speirling fan car.
The storied Lola marque is set for a revival, after the purchase of its name and windtunnel by Till Bechtolsheimer. He aims to write the next chapter as the custodian of an impressive motorsport history written by two men - Eric Broadley and Martin Birrane - as Autosport explained in a special Lola supplement from 2018
The British Lola marque is being relaunched under new ownership and could be back on the grid inside two years.
Touring car devotees have long trumpeted the discipline for its road-relevance. Now that manufacturers are increasingly going electric, how is ETCR getting on in its first season as an FIA World Cup?
F1 reporter Will Buxton is a LEGO® fanatic, from his formative days building DUPLO® (which inspired his hair cut!) to the complex Technic models of the modern era.
Carlos Sainz’s surprise chase of Formula 1 world championship leader Max Verstappen in the Canadian Grand Prix features in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (23 June).
Team UK has announced its first eight drivers for the 2022 edition of the FIA Motorsport Games, and has opened its application process for the rest of the events.
World’s fastest motorcycle racing championship and the motorsport industry’s premier digital platform offer fans the chance to share their views.
A bumper issue of Autosport magazine covers the Azerbaijan Grand Prix and the Le Mans 24 Hours this week (16 June).
Much is said about the difficulty of overtaking in championships such as Formula 1, with "DRS trains" or narrow tracks meaning a lack of entertainment. In the ETCR, where the cars are almost identical, one might think it was the same, but it is not.
Despite a life-changing trauma that meant he had to learn to read, write and speak again, Aaron Muss made a successful career in snowboarding and even reached the Olympics. Now, he's attempting to translate his skills to the track in IMSA's TCR series with the Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai team and has lofty ambitions
The development teams will continue refining the user experience while both companies will offer multiple brand activations and gameplay content in the lead-up to the official BTCC game's full release.
If you love your LEGO® builds – and are proud of your collection – then this is a unique opportunity you will not want to miss out on.
Ken Harte Tapped to Lead Company’s Growing Sales Team.
Max Verstappen taking the Formula 1 points lead, Charles Leclerc’s misfortune and George Russell’s superb Spanish Grand Prix make the cover of this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (26 May).
Revolution has already earned its status as one of the leading constructors in the world of sports prototypes, but its decision to add a supercharger has taken the cars to another performance point - and has courted the attention of a six-time Olympic gold-medallist. BEN ANDERSON took the Revolution for a spin
Porsche and Audi are looking to join Formula 1 for 2026 and Autosport investigates their plans in this week’s magazine, out today (19 May).
Autosport has been selected as a finalist for two awards in the prestigious Professional Publishers Association Awards.
After the huge success of the first Cavallino Classic in 2021, the event is returning to Enzo Ferrari's home town of Modena to celebrate Ferrari's 75th anniversary in 2022.
Cupra EKS secured victory at the opening round of the FIA ETCR in Pau, taking all three places on the podium.
Natural fibres are increasingly being used as a sustainable alternative to carbonfibre composites. Bcomp’s Manager of Motorsports and Supercars explains the eco-friendly revolution
Max Verstappen’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix victory and Formula 1 title rival Charles Leclerc’s crucial error make the cover of this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (28 April).
F1 in Schools U.K. National Finals has returned to the Autosport International Show.
Jenson Button has lauded the new electric-powered 1000bhp FC1-X Nitro Rallycross car he'll race this year as reminiscent of the World Rally Championship's halcyon Group B era in the 1980s.
The FIA has revealed details of the job description for the newly-created chief executive officer role, as well as the attributes expected from the successful candidate.
The Italian Automobile Club has revoked the racing licence of Russian karter Artem Severiukhin following the controversy over his alleged Nazi salute on the podium of a European championship event.
2009 Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button will make his full debut in rallycross this year, joining Xite Energy Racing in Travis Pastrana's much-expanded Nitro Rallycross series.
BMC Air Filter is a leader thanks to experimentation in motorsport.
The raison d’etre of motorsport is to extract the optimal performance from every single element. But in the relentless quest for lap time gains, the untapped potential in the team’s human performance has historically often been overlooked. This is where Gemma Fisher comes in.
Cupra has announced EKS, the team of the current ETCR champion Mattias Ekstrom, as its new partner in the electric touring car championship.
Can Mercedes get back into contention with Ferrari and Red Bull? That’s one of several Formula 1 questions we take on in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (7 April).
Whatever your level of experience, it can be daunting to hop into a new car for the first time. Our new Autosport Performance columnist Adam Carroll, a race-winner in GP2, A1GP and GT cars, shares his tips to impress and make the most of the experience
Right, time to settle some arguments. Where do the world’s and UK’s leading categories stack up on lap time? Here’s our take on it, using data from 2021
Car enthusiasts are invited to enjoy the splendours of Italy with a customised week-long itinerary unlocking scenic drives, world-class cuisine, and insider access to Tuscany's celebrated sites.
Another sensational Formula 1 fight between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc is the focus of Autosport magazine’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix coverage, out today (31 March).
Perhaps the motorsport series that best combines maximum accessibility for the fans with a high level of professionalism among competitors is the Bennetts British Superbike Championship.
Joining as a technical advisor, Romain Grosjean will help iterate rFactor 2 and the company’s robust live esports events.
Isle of Man TT legend John McGuinness will lead the starting order for the 2022 Superbike races at this year’s event, which is the first staged since the COVID pandemic.
Formula 1 2022 burst into action at last week’s Barcelona test, and we’ve got extensive coverage of the action from the Circuit de Catalunya in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (3 March).
The Ukrainian automotive federation has called on the FIA to place a ban on Russian licence holders, including Formula 1 driver Nikita Mazepin, following Russia’s invasion last week.
Over 53,000 fans responded to Motorsport Network-hosted Global INDYCAR Fan Survey, conducted by Nielsen Sport. INDYCAR’s fans share an overall favourable opinion of the current state of the series – approving of its “competitive” and “exciting” product.
Lewis Hamilton’s 2022 title challenge and the radical new Formula 1 Ferrari feature in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (24 February).
Karun Chandhok takes on the big questions of Formula 1 2022 in this week’s Autosport, out today (17 February).