Goodwood Members' Meeting postponed from May to October
The club racing initiative that should be dropped post-COVID
Club motorsport to restart in England from 29 March as roadmap released
From the archive: Confessions of the race instructors
Motorsport UK hails 'significant victory' on Vnuk insurance law

The Goodwood Members' Meeting has been postponed from its planned May date to October in the wake of the English government's roadmap out of lockdown measures

Online scrutineering was a neat solution to minimise contact as club racing returned in 2020, but should it be left behind when the world returns to normal? STEFAN MACKLEY argues that in the interests of safety and transparency, it should be quietly dropped

Club motorsport in England will be able to restart from the end of March, after the government outlined its planned roadmap for the easing of lockdown measures

What really happens behind closed doors at racing schools when instructors have too much time on their hands? In Autosport's 2007 Christmas special, GARY WATKINS revealed a few of the more unlikely high-jinks tales

Motorsport UK has hailed the British government's decision to exempt the UK from the European Union's Vnuk law that threatened to render motorsport insurance unfeasible as "a hugely significant victory"

Goodwood Members' Meeting postponed from May to October

The Goodwood Members' Meeting has been postponed from its planned May date to October in the wake of the English government's roadmap out of lockdown measures

The club racing initiative that should be dropped post-COVID

Online scrutineering was a neat solution to minimise contact as club racing returned in 2020, but should it be left behind when the world returns to normal? STEFAN MACKLEY argues that in the interests of safety and transparency, it should be quietly dropped

Club motorsport to restart in England from 29 March as roadmap released

Club motorsport in England will be able to restart from the end of March, after the government outlined its planned roadmap for the easing of lockdown measures

From the archive: Confessions of the race instructors

What really happens behind closed doors at racing schools when instructors have too much time on their hands? In Autosport's 2007 Christmas special, GARY WATKINS revealed a few of the more unlikely high-jinks tales

Motorsport UK hails 'significant victory' on Vnuk insurance law

Motorsport UK has hailed the British government's decision to exempt the UK from the European Union's Vnuk law that threatened to render motorsport insurance unfeasible as "a hugely significant victory"

Why UK national clubs must work together to survive

One of the more positive side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is that many UK organising clubs have started to co-operate more closely, and that brings wide-ranging benefits as STEFAN MACKLEY explains

Injured Formula Ford driver Turner plots racing return

Injured Scottish Formula Ford 1600 driver Colin Turner is targeting a return to racing after undergoing a second leg-amputation surgery following a crash in last year's Walter Hayes Trophy

SRO extends deal to manage British GT championship until 2025

The British GT championship will continue to be organised and managed by the Stephane Ratel Organisation after it agreed a five-year contract extension with Motorsport UK

UK circuit operators ineligible for government's winter sport survival funding

Leading UK circuit operators have revealed they have not been eligible to secure proposed funding from the government through its winter sport survival package

The encouraging club racing trend taking off amid a pandemic

One of the encouraging club motorsport trends in the past few years has been the increasing livestreaming of race meetings. As STEPHEN LICKORISH explains, this brings a number of benefits

Promoted: Richardson Racing powers forward on and off the track

The past year was not a straightforward one for the motorsport world

Carroll and Webb to compete in GT4 McLarens in GT Cup with Greystone GT

Endurance racing regulars Adam Carroll and Oliver Webb will both compete in GT4 McLarens in the GT Cup in the UK this year for the new Greystone GT squad

The verdict on how COVID impacted club racing in 2020 Plus

The verdict on how COVID impacted club racing in 2020

It was a season like no other but, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were some positives on the club motorsport scene last year as entry numbers largely remained stable, while some series boasted impressive growth

Esports racer Broadbent to drive Praga in Britcar this year

Esports and YouTube star Jimmy Broadbent will make the move into real-world racing by driving a Praga in the Britcar Endurance Championship in the UK this year

How a Porsche King became 2020's breakout star Plus

How a Porsche King became 2020's breakout star

Few drivers in 2020 could lay claim to a season as exceptional as Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Harry King. Beating the British Touring Car Championship's best to win Autosport's National Driver of the Year was the ideal recognition of his feat

Promoted: M.A. Business of Motorsport launched by National Motorsport Academy

The world's first Business Management Master's Programme and CPD courses delivered online and focused entirely on the world of motorsport that examine the national and international aspects of the industry from an entirely commercial perspective

Pearson puts F4 graduation on hold after cancer diagnosis

Ginetta Junior racer Joel Pearson has been forced to delay a planned graduation to British Formula 4 for this year after being recently diagnosed with bone cancer

MSV appeals for help after vehicles stolen from Cadwell Park

Leading UK circuit operator MotorSport Vision has appealed for help after a safety car and medical vehicle were stolen from Cadwell Park on Tuesday morning

The Formula Vee maverick who has reached the top Plus

The Formula Vee maverick who has reached the top

For a second consecutive year, a self-built machine has won the Formula Vee championship. But James Harridge's 'Maverick' comes from the very humblest of origins - with some parts even salvaged from a skip

Praga reveals new R1 car set to form basis of Britcar class

Czech sportscar manufacturer Praga has revealed the latest generation of its R1 model - the car that will form the basis of a class within the Britcar Endurance Championship this year

The verdict on how COVID impacted club racing in 2020 Plus

The verdict on how COVID impacted club racing in 2020

It was a season like no other but, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were some positives on the club motorsport scene last year as entry numbers largely remained stable, while some series boasted impressive growth

National
Feb 7, 2021
How a Porsche King became 2020's breakout star Plus

How a Porsche King became 2020's breakout star

Few drivers in 2020 could lay claim to a season as exceptional as Porsche Carrera Cup GB champion Harry King. Beating the British Touring Car Championship's best to win Autosport's National Driver of the Year was the ideal recognition of his feat

National
Feb 1, 2021
The Formula Vee maverick who has reached the top Plus

The Formula Vee maverick who has reached the top

For a second consecutive year, a self-built machine has won the Formula Vee championship. But James Harridge's 'Maverick' comes from the very humblest of origins - with some parts even salvaged from a skip

National
Jan 24, 2021
The greatest club racing characters Plus

The greatest club racing characters

From legendary drinking habits to dramatic driving styles, there has been no shortage of cult-hero figures over the past 70 years in national motorsport. Here's an extended version of the original list that appeared in Autosport's 70th anniversary bookazine

National
Jan 5, 2021
The reboot behind the UK’s thriving single-seater category Plus

The reboot behind the UK’s thriving single-seater category

The long-standing British Formula 3 Championship ended in 2014, but the current MotorSport Vision-run F3 series has gone some way to filling the void. In striving to keep costs down, it's carved out a niche that it hopes will attract aspirational drivers

National
Jan 2, 2021
The UK series where F1's pioneers made their mark Plus

The UK series where F1's pioneers made their mark

Before the likes of Colin Chapman, Gordon Murray and Patrick Head became fixtures of the Formula 1 paddock, they all cut their teeth in the UK's now longest running championship - which is still going strong despite 2020's global pandemic

National
Dec 30, 2020
The saloons that thundered to short-lived success Plus

The saloons that thundered to short-lived success

It's 35 years since the Thundersaloons category was born - a series that featured some of the most powerful tin-tops to ever race on these shores - although its popularity waned when pitched against the British Touring Car juggernaut

National
Dec 24, 2020
Autosport's stars of the 2020 TOCA support series Plus

Autosport's stars of the 2020 TOCA support series

From a memorable final race showdown decided by a controversial red flag to a runaway champion, the TOCA support series produced drama and intrigue aplenty in 2020. Here's Autosport's rundown of how the titles were won, and the 10 best drivers

National
Dec 22, 2020