Peter Windsor

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Vergne says Hartley's Toro Rosso F1 call-up 'makes me laugh'

Ex-Formula 1 driver Jean-Eric Vergne says Brendon Hartley's call-up with Toro Rosso "makes me laugh" after the Kiwi had previously been dropped by Red Bull

Adrian Sutil: back to the light Plus

Adrian Sutil: back to the light

Adrian Sutil fell out of F1 after being convicted of GBH. Now back with Force India, he tells Peter Windsor how a year on the sidelines has changed his entire outlook on life

Hamilton: Keeping the faith Plus

Hamilton: Keeping the faith

In a remarkably candid interview, Lewis Hamilton reveals to AUTOSPORT's sister publication F1 Racing his thoughts of quitting F1, what he learned from Fernando Alonso and how his faith keeps him focused

Windsor's Mansellmania memoires - part two Plus

Windsor's Mansellmania memoires - part two

It's 20 years since Nigel Mansell stood on top of his home grand prix podium for the fourth time, sending what seemed like the whole of Britain into delirious frenzy. Peter Windsor was at the centre of it all on race day and recalls it in part two of his exclusive for AUTOSPORT

Peter Windsor's Mansellmania memoires - part one Plus

Peter Windsor's Mansellmania memoires - part one

It's the summer of 1992 and Mansellmania has gripped Britain as the country becomes united behind Red Five. Peter Windsor, then Williams team manager, recalls the events 20 years on from that unforgettable British GP weekend

A Ferrari Day Plus

A Ferrari Day

In 1979, Peter Windsor was fortunate to spend a day behind the red curtain and travel to a Ferrari test - in the back of Jody Scheckter's Ferrari 400GT, with Gilles Villeneuve in the front seat, if you don't mind. His account of that remarkable day, as it first appeared in Autocar magazine, is probably one of the most famous - and most telling - tales of Villeneuve's character...