Latest articles by Kevin Turner
The challenges Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton face to hold on to their Formula 1 crowns come under the spotlight in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (15 April).
A frank interview with Max Verstappen provides the cover for this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (8 April)
Since the introduction of the V6 turbo-hybrid engines in Formula 1 back in 2014, the technology, the cost and the sound have been attacked by fans and teams alike. But, as KEVIN TURNER argues, it was a necessary move that despite its drawbacks provided a future direction while keeping F1 road relevant.
Ahead of Ferrari’s eagerly-anticipated comeback to the top tier of sportscar racing in 2023, here are how its previous efforts stack up when it comes to its greatest Le Mans 24 Hours contenders
World Rally Championship manufacturers Hyundai, Toyota and M-Sport have committed to the hybrid future of the series in a deal announced by the FIA.
The motorsport world’s tributes to Murray Walker take centre stage in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (18 March).
It's 30 years since the Aston Martin Formula 1 team was originally founded as Jordan in 1991, and in that time its competitiveness has fluctuated significantly. Here are the benchmarks that the current iteration of 'Team Silverstone' should aim to exceed in its latest guise
Aston Martin’s recent Formula 1 launch showed the team has big ambitions, so now seemed the right time to make it the focus of Autosport magazine, out today (11 March).
Pole position, leading throughout and breaking the distance record suggests Ford’s second Le Mans 24 Hours victory in 1967 came easily. But that underplays Ferrari’s effort with the famous P4, as KEVIN TURNER explained in Autosport’s 2017 Le Mans supplement.
Can Red Bull stop Mercedes? Will Lewis Hamilton retire? Can Sebastian Vettel resurrect his Formula 1 career at Aston Martin?
Technical regulations within Formula 1 seemingly get more and more restrictive as the years go on, much to the chagrin of many fans. But, as KEVIN TURNER argues, a wide-open rulebook would be detrimental to the series
Mercedes has been the dominant force of Formula 1's turbo hybrid era since 2014, but its pedigree in grand prix racing can be traced back over 100 years. KEVIN TURNER picks out its very best machines from the pre-war and world championship eras
It only raced once, but the 1939 W165 could be the most remarkable of all Silver Arrows, thanks to some controversial race organising and a secret project. KEVIN TURNER told its story in the 29 December 2016 issue of Autosport magazine
McLaren has taken eight constructors' and 12 drivers' championships since it arrived in F1 in 1966. But from such esteemed company, which is its best car? LUCY RIMMER and KEVIN TURNER pick out the best of the best
We look at the hurdles Mercedes has to overcome to continue its domination of Formula 1 in the latest issue of Autosport magazine, out today (11 February)
McLaren hasn't had F1's fastest car since 2012, but was closer to the outright pace in 2020 than it had been at any point since 2013 - certainly a source of encouragement to a team that has endured numerous ups and downs in its 55-year history
Williams is one of Formula 1's most legendary outfits, enjoying a rich history in the series. Ahead of its 2021 car launch, Autosport has picked out its 10 best grand prix challengers
In its time gracing the Formula 1 grid, Williams has hit the very pinnacle of grand prix racing - and also brought up the rear. Here we show how its pace measures up from 1978-2020
It's 25 years since Damon Hill broke through to claim the 1996 Formula 1 world championship, becoming the first son of a world champion father to do so. But which were his very best performances in F1? Autosport picks out his top 10 greatest drives
British sportscar constructor and former Formula 1 entrant Lola has been put up for sale in a move that could result in the storied brand's return to modern motorsport
George Russell's sensational Mercedes debut and Sergio Perez's first Formula 1 victory make the cover of this week's Autosport magazine, out today (10 December)
As part of his 2019 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award prize, Johnathan Hoggard got the chance to test a Red Bull Formula 1 car at Silverstone. As he told KEVIN TURNER, he was out to make the most of the opportunity
Romain Grosjean's miraculous escape from his fiery Bahrain Grand Prix crash and Lewis Hamilton testing positive for COVID-19 feature in this week's Autosport magazine, out today (3 December)
OPINION: As Autosport celebrates its 70th birthday, motorsport finds itself in a period of change. Some will cause more of a stir than others, but we shouldn't lose sight of the fact that while much-loved elements have been lost, so much has been gained too
The Ralt RT3 is Autosport's greatest junior single-seater of all time and the Formula 3 machine is featured in the 70th birthday celebration special, out on 19 November
Excluding the 11 Indianapolis 500s that counted for world championship points, just 19 drivers had scored a single Formula 1 pole prior to last weekend's Turkish GP
Autosport has selected the McLaren M16 as the greatest Indycar of all time and the legendary machine is featured in our 70th birthday celebration special, out on 19 November
Autosport has selected the BMW M3 E30 as the greatest touring car of all time and the successful racer is featured in Autosport's 70th birthday celebration special, out on 19 November
Autosport has selected the Audi Quattro as the greatest rally car of all time and the game-changing machine is featured in Autosport's 70th birthday celebration special, out on 19 November
Autosport has selected the Porsche 956/962 as the greatest sportscar of all time and the legendary machine is featured in Autosport's 70th birthday celebration special, out on 19 November
Lewis Hamilton is one of the special interviews included in Autosport's 70th birthday celebration special, out on the 19th November
Mercedes' record-breaking seventh consecutive Formula 1 constructors' title, taken in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, is the focus of this week's Autosport magazine, out today (5 November)
Lewis Hamilton's record-breaking 92nd Formula 1 victory in the Portuguese Grand Prix makes the cover of this week's Autosport magazine, out today (29 October)
Johnathan Hoggard has completed his first Formula 1 test as part of his prize for winning the 2019 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award
Having chalked up his 323rd world championship start, Kimi Raikkonen became Formula 1's most experienced driver at the 2020 Eifel GP. Here's a look back at his 10 best-ever F1 races throughout his illustrious career
Autosport first picked out Lewis Hamilton's 10 greatest Formula 1 victories after his 50th success at the 2016 United States Grand Prix
With his 91st Formula 1 victory at the Nurburgring, Lewis Hamilton has levelled Michael Schumacher's record tally and can be expected to surpass it, becoming the latest in a long line of drivers who have moved the goalposts in F1's history
Would Valtteri Bottas have beaten Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Russian Grand Prix even without the controversial penalties?
Nearly 30 years ago a new British Touring Car era kicked at Silverstone, the setting for this weekend's sixth round of the 2020 season. KEVIN TURNER talked to some of the key figures for the 31 March 2011 issue of Autosport magazine
The 88th running of the Le Mans 24 Hours gets 17 pages of coverage in this week's Autosport magazine, out today (24 September)
From retiring after a 22-hour heroic solo effort to losing victory in sight of the flag, here are Autosport's top 10 picks for the most heartbreaking retirements at the Le Mans 24 Hours
The chaotic Tuscan Grand Prix and the 88th Le Mans 24 Hours feature in this week's Autosport magazine, out today (17 September).
Ferrari celebrates its milestone 1000th Formula 1 grand prix this weekend amid one of its periodical storms. Studying the supertimes provides a clearer picture of when it was strongest relative to the competition, and of how its current struggles compare
To celebrate Ferrari's 1000th Formula 1 world championship race at Mugello, we look back at 10 of the most important, successful and iconic Ferraris to have raced throughout F1's history
Pierre Gasly's remarkable win in the Italian Grand Prix is the focus of Autosport magazine this week, out today (10 September)