Autosport launches refreshed website and mobile app

Autosport has unveiled its updated website and new mobile app to provide an improved user experience, just as the new motorsport season gets well under way.

Autosport launches refreshed website and mobile app

Fresh from celebrating Autosport's 70th anniversary last year, Autosport.com has undergone a design refresh and layout enhancement to increase the experience for all users.

While retaining its familiar Autosport branding and award-winning coverage, the website has been adapted to provide a more attractive appearance and style.

As well as news, videos, podcasts and our unparalleled live text coverage, Autosport.com provides daily in-depth features in Autosport Plus - from analysis of the latest technical breakthroughs to interviews with key figures, opinion columns on the biggest topics from our star writers and revisiting topics from motorsport's great history to shed new light on those tales.

The website also remains home to many users’ most popular supplementary sections including Autosport Forums, Forix – a Motorsport Stats company – and the digital version of Autosport magazine, plus access to a wide range of Motorsport Network partners including Motorsport.tv, Motorsport Tickets, Motorsport Jobs, Motorsport Images and Motor1.com

Autosport has also launched its new look Autosport.com app, compatible with latest operating systems and devices, to provide the perfect way for motorsport fans to remain up to date with the latest news and events from around the world as they happen.

Key features include a clean and easy design, a ‘no spoilers’ option for push notifications, a new Race Hub with the latest race schedules, results and standings from all major series and live text coverage straight from the paddock.

The Autosport.com app  is available for Apple iOS devices in the App Store and the Android version is available through the Google Play store.

Autosport Plus subscribers may notice a new way to sign in to their accounts - we now use Motorsport Network Connect, enabling you to have one login across a number of Motorsport Network products. Motorsport Network Connect also allows us to bring great new benefits and rewards to our fans - look out for announcements around this in the coming weeks!

The below guide should assist with accessing your Autosport account using Motorsport Network Connect:

  • If you don’t have a Motorsport Network Connect account, sign in using your existing Autosport.com credentials
  • If you already have a Motorsport Network Connect account, use these credentials to sign in to Autosport
  • If you experience any difficulties accessing your account, please try resetting your password.

Let us know what you think – please provide us with comments and questions about our site and app. Your thoughts on our content, design and features are greatly appreciated and will help make Autosport a better site. Alternatively, email us at autosport@autosport.com.

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