Latest articles by Kevin Turner
Lola’s first Formula 3000 car wasn’t a success, and neither was its second. But perseverance in the F1 feeder series would eventually be rewarded for the company that has recently been resurrected under new ownership and plans to race again, as Autosport explained in a 2018 Lola celebratory supplement
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).
Ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix, Autosport runs down the top 10 most statistically successful British Formula 1 drivers of the past 70 years
A bumper issue of Autosport magazine covers the Azerbaijan Grand Prix and the Le Mans 24 Hours this week (16 June).
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
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).
The 13th Monaco Historique was about much more than Charles Leclerc’s unfortunate crash while demonstrating an ex-Niki Lauda Ferrari 312B3.
As Formula 1 heads to Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix, we take a look at the homegrown talent that has graced the championship over the years
Tony Brooks, who has died at the age of 90, was one of the greatest racing drivers of the 1950s.
OPINION: Lewis Hamilton has enjoyed a long reign at the top of Formula 1, but this year's Mercedes troubles are not new to him, having suffered a similar predicament at the start of a new rules cycle in 2009. There are key differences to consider this time, but his difficult start shouldn't be blown out of proportion
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).
American teams have been few and far between in Formula 1 history, but several have achieved distinction in the world championship. Autosport picks out the five that have made the biggest impression
Jason Plato is still targeting 100 British Touring Car race wins after announcing he will retire from the championship at the end of 2022.
Formula 1 heads back to Australia this weekend for the first grand prix in the country since 2019. Daniel Ricciardo will be the home hero but he isn’t the only Australian driver to have made his mark in F1.
Ricky Collard will contest his first full British Touring Car Championship campaign this season after signing for the Speedworks-run Toyota team.
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).
Double British Touring Car champion Jason Plato has signed with the BTC Racing team but will retire from the series at the end of 2022.
John Fitzpatrick's driving career spanned two decades, during which he raced with some of the world's top sportscar and touring car drivers. But the man he picks instead as his favourite team-mate, in the latest instalment of Autosport's Friday Favourite series, is remembered as much today for his punditry as his racing
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).
Formula 1 tried for a long time to crack North America. With the success of the United States Grand Prix in Austin it finally seems to have done so and this year F1 owner Liberty Media has added a new race in Miami, with further US race options being lined up.
Autosport looked at the impact of Formula 1 regulation changes in the first version of this article in November 2017. Now that one of the biggest rule revolutions has arrived, it seemed the right time to revisit the issue to see what we can expect from the 2022 season.
In every Formula 1 championship-winning team, one driver has to play second fiddle to their team-mate in the final ranking. While some drivers have been thrashed and others have competed for equal number one status, several have fallen into the 'happy' medium that qualifies them for consideration in this debate
Lewis Hamilton’s 2022 title challenge and the radical new Formula 1 Ferrari feature in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (24 February).
Formula 1 has introduced sweeping new regulations for 2022, aimed at improving the racing. But how successful have previous F1 rule changes been? Autosport picks out the hits and misses.
Karun Chandhok takes on the big questions of Formula 1 2022 in this week’s Autosport, out today (17 February).
What could go wrong with the new Formula 1 rules? That’s the question we answer in this week’s Autosport magazine, out today (10 February).
GB3 champion Zak O’Sullivan has been crowned the winner of the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award at the 2021 Autosport Awards.
Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 International Racing Driver of the Year Award presented by Pirelli.
Alejandro Agag is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 Pioneering and Innovation Award presented by Mahindra, incorporating the John Bolster Award for technical achievement.
McLaren Formula 1 star Lando Norris is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 British Competition Driver of the Year Award.
The Red Bull RB16B Formula 1 contender has won Autosport’s 2021 International Racing Car of the Year Award presented by Blink Experience.
Jean Todt is the inaugural winner of Autosport’s Gold Medal incorporating the Gregor Grant Award.
FIA Formula 2 champion Oscar Piastri is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 Rookie of the Year Award.
Ash Sutton is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 National Driver of the Year Award.
The Toyota Yaris WRC has won Autosport’s 2021 Rally Car of the Year Award.
Eight-time World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier is the winner of Autosport’s 2021 International Rally Driver of the Year Award.
Being a finalist in the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award is tough, but there’s one role that is arguably even more stressful. Ahead of the 2021 Award winner being announced later this evening, Autosport spoke to Charlie Robertson and Alexander Sims to find out more about the benchmark drivers' role
A Formula 1 test and £200,000 will go to the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award winner, who will be revealed on Sunday 6 February.
As the most successful constructor in Formula 1 history, and its only ever-present force since 1950, Ferrari has had its fair share of top-line drivers during its world championship history. Autosport takes on the task of ranking its very best from the past 71 years
In a career that traversed Formula 1, sportscars and touring cars, Derek Warwick was paired with many illustrious names. In the latest instalment of Autosport's series, Warwick chooses his favourite team-mate - a two-time grand-prix winner with Ferrari who he implicitly trusted
Mercedes has a longer history in grand prix racing than any other constructor. Although it didn’t appear in the first Formula 1 world championship in 1950, as Ferrari did, the legend of the Silver Arrows had already been forged before the Second World War.
Lotus is one of the most illustrious names in motorsport history. Although Red Bull looks set to overtake it on the all-time Formula 1 wins list, Lotus is unlikely to be caught by another team and should remain in the top six for years to come.
Twelve drivers’ titles and 183 grand prix victories make McLaren the second most successful team in Formula 1. Even Mercedes’ incredible recent run of success has ‘only’ taken it to McLaren’s tally of eight constructors’ crowns.
Autosport celebrates many of motorsport’s wild and spectacular machines in this week’s magazine, out today (13 January).
The pairing of rising star George Russell with seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes has the potential to be one of motorsport’s superteams. How their relationship develops will certainly be one of the subplots of the 2022 season.
The new Mercedes Formula 1 battle between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell is the focus of the first Autosport magazine of 2022, out today (6 January).
Red Bull is much younger than Formula 1’s other big teams, having arrived in 2005. But in less than two decades it has racked up some impressive achievements.
The four 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Award finalists have done all their fitness, simulator and driving tests. Now it’s just a matter of waiting to find out who will take away the £200,000 prize – and looking ahead to the new season
The dramatic Formula 1 title decider and Autosport’s Top 50 drivers of 2021 form a special issue of this week’s magazine, out today (16 December).