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The Autosport International Show has always marked an unofficial start to the season for motor racing fans, who flock to the Birmingham NEC in the UK for the annual extravaganza that once again this year proved to be a huge success.
John Watson raced against - and beat - them all, and was teammate to some of Formula 1's best-ever drivers. That makes the ex-McLaren driver perfectly placed to choose his top 10 drivers of 1974-82.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc was a star attraction at Autosport International 2020 over the weekend.
He might be the 2019 Formula 1 world championship runner-up - his best finish in three seasons with Mercedes - but Valtteri Bottas still admits he can't be totally satisfied with last year. In this exclusive interview he tells Stuart Codling all about his drive to improve himself – and what he gets up to on the internet...
The former Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team hasn’t just rebranded for 2020: the whole team has been revamped, and one of the key figures within the new structure is R&D engineer and race engineer, Craig Hampson. David Malsher explains why.
Thrustmaster will supply the hardware for the DiRT Rally 2.0 World Series Rally and Rallycross finals at this weekend's Autosport International at the NEC, Birmingham.
Fernando Alonso learned a hard lesson about the Dakar Rally on Monday, when his Toyota Hilux lost a wheel after he hit a ditch while blinded by dust from competitors. Watch our video as he toils under the desert sun with co-driver Marc Coma to rebuild the left-front corner of the car, and hear his explanation of what happened. Plus all the rest of today’s highlights.
We finish off our countdown of the biggest stories in racing with the saga that dominated the Formula 1 news agenda for much of 2019: the looming radical changes set to come into play in the 2021 season.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with Penske Entertainment taking over ownership of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar and IMS Productions.
We're getting towards the business end of our Top Stories countdown now, and coming in at number three is the year of turbulence at Ferrari as Charles Leclerc gradually came to assert himself over Sebastian Vettel.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with McLaren’s stunning failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 with Fernando Alonso.
In the next feature in our series looking back on motorsport in the 2010s, we revisit the '15 Malaysian MotoGP race and the famous feud involving the championship's biggest personalities and how it shaped their subsequent achievements.
McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz invites Motorsport Network's Jack Benyon over for a closer look at his new home simulator set-up.
Kicking off the final five of our Top Stories countdown is the sudden end to Jorge Lorenzo's full-time MotoGP career.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with another that did not take place on the race track – the horrific plane crash involving former NASCAR driver-turned-analyst Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family.
In at number seven in our Top Stories countdown is Citroen's decision to quit the World Rally Championship, and the 2020 driver market madness that preceded its announcement.
Coming in at number eight on our Top Stories countdown is a look back at how Honda transformed its reputation in Formula 1's hybrid engine era in the first year of its partnership with Red Bull Racing.
A visit to this Gulf gem is about so much more than track action.