Having already tackled the sixties, seventies and eighties, Peter Higham turns his attention to the first decade of the world championship in the latest addition to the ‘Formula 1 Car-by-Car’ series.
Richard Noble may not be a racing driver, but he’s gone faster than almost anyone else on land, so we bent the RaceFans house rules to include this review of his new book.
Like most motorsport, the WRC is on hiatus at the moment, so to get our fill of mud-plugging fun we took the official rally game for a spin. And a roll.
Motorsport and politics intertwine in this story of Richard ‘Dick’ Seaman, the pre-war British ace who gave the Nazi salute following his 1938 German Grand Prix win and died the following year.
Is this new biography of Niki Lauda, who died one year ago this month, the pick of a growing number of new books on the three-times champion?
Although 2020 has disappointed us in so many ways, it is proving to be a bit of a bumper year for books on pre-war motorsport.
Have you decided it’s time to get serious, put the gamepad down and get a dedicated controller for racing games? Will Wood reviews Logitech’s G29 steering wheel and pedals set.
Motorbikes aren’t usually our thing, but we traded a steering wheel for handlebars to review the new official Moto GP game, and compare it to F1’s official series.
Before Lewis Hamilton burst onto the F1 scene, Willy T Ribbs became the first black driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. A new film ‘Uppity’ tells his story.
Season two of Netflix’s F1 documentary Drive to Survive arrives later this month. Here’s our (spoiler-free) verdict on all 10 episodes.
The 1994 Formula 1 season was one of the most explosive in the sport’s history. But is there anything new to be said about it?
Niki Lauda started 171 F1 races and hundreds more in other championships. Jon Saltinstall has painstakingly researched every one of them for this new history of the thrice-champion’s career.
Need a gift idea for the motorsport fan in your life? Here are 10 great picks for 2019 at prices ranging from £12 to £7,000.
The story of Ford’s quest to beat Ferrari at Le Mans has obvious film potential, but does it work on the big screen? Here’s the RaceFans verdict.
Does this new Formula 1-focused title from Sniff Petrol author Richard Porter hit the same comic heights as the website?
Former Brawn GP CEO Nick Fry’s new book promises to lift the lid on its fairytale 2009 championship success. But it’s only opened part-way, writes Ben Evans.
Is Rapid Response a sober analysis of how IndyCar developed one of the best safety crews in motorsport or just an excuse to show 100 minutes of gory crashes?
Codemasters F1 2019 arrives next week – here are our first impressions of the new F2 and F1 career mode in the finished game.
With “My Greatest Defeat”, Formula 1 front man Will Buxton demonstrates his knowledge and talents stretch beyond the grand prix world
At nearly a thousand pages, is this vast biography of Enzo Ferrari worth investing your money -and time – in?