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When single-seaters ruled the roost at the Algarve Formula 1 returns to Portugal next weekend for the first time since 1996 with its first visit to the... F1
How Formula E's top team is benefitting from Penske know-how From race-engineering winning cars in IndyCar and sportscars for Penske to masterminding Dragon's su... Engineering
The futuristic tool making life easier for race teams Systems engineering is an unseen and little-understood element of car performance, but Bosch Motorsp... Engineering
How a DTM failure became an unlikely Nurburgring conqueror Opel's fortunes in the DTM had taken a turn for the worst by 2003 - hardly the pedigree that suggest... DTM
What we've learned from the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours so far Ahead of the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours activity both on and off the Circuit de la Sarthe has been franti... WEC
The colleagues turned rivals with scores to settle at Le Mans They're team-mates in Sky Sports F1's coverage, and Anthony Davidson and Paul di Resta have plenty m... WEC
Rating the prospects of the 2020 F3 title contenders With the title race finely poised ahead of the final triple-header, a category returnee who raced Ge... F3
Why a Le Mans winner is heading into the “unknown world” of NASCAR Comparing Porsche's 919 HYBRID LMP1 to NASCAR is motorsport's equivalent of apples and oranges, but ... NASCAR
How Hungary's tortoise and hare grand prix was won Car-management is common parlance for modern Formula 1 drivers, but 30 years ago today the Hungarian... F1
The engineer who took Reynard to another level Senior technical transfers between customer racing car manufacturers were rare at the height of thei... Engineering
When Le Mans made its most controversial change It's 30 years since the chicanes were added to the Mulsanne Straight, changing the nature of the Le ... WEC
How Sauber upset the odds to win Le Mans Sauber was the dominant manufacturer as Group C came to a close, but twice in three years its cars d... WEC
Does 2000 hold the answers to DTM's current crisis? It's 20 years since the DTM roared back into life at a packed Hockenheim with a back-to-basics appro... DTM
The season that revitalised a sleeping giant On the 20th anniversary of the resumption of hostilities in the DTM, Autosport revisits a classic se... DTM
How Penske ended its longest drought, 20 years on Today marks 20 years to the day since Gil de Ferran's victory at Nazareth ended a 54-race drought, t... IndyCar
The Dutch oddity that was too niche for its own good Despite (briefly) having its own F1 arm, Spyker's period in international sportscar racing was spent... GT
The last-chance saloon of Germany's forgotten tin-top champions The Opel Vectra GTS was the last in the line of the marque's DTM challengers, but failed to hit the ... DTM
How a 35-year-old BTCC rookie came the long way round It's been an unusual route to the BTCC for 2008 British GT champion James Gornall, but the series' o... BTCC