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Ranking the top 10 BTCC drivers of 2021

The British Touring Car Championship field was this season probably the closest it's been in the past decade of NGTC regulations. Twelve different drivers won races, and six more stood on the podium at some point. Some of the old machinery - the celebrated Honda Civic FK2, the BMW 125i...
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How Marcus Ericsson finally unlocked his potential in IndyCar

Charles Bradley is’s Global Editor in Chief. After spending five years in the aerospace industry in his native North Wales, while working weekends as a freelance writer at racetracks around the UK, Charles joined the staff of Motoring News in the heart of London. He transferred to the nascent team in 2000 before transitioning to the magazine, becoming its Editor between 2011 and 2014. Charles then upped sticks to work in America, as’s Editor in Chief, where he created the multi-national and multi-lingual editorial team that quickly became the world’s most-read motorsport website. He was instrumental in delivering two of the biggest global fan surveys in sports history and is also a multiple award-winning scriptwriter. Charles is also an overseas member of the Guild of Motoring Writers. He lives in Miami Beach with his wife Helen – and a cat that’s named after Serbia’s top football club.
Autosport Online

Why the BTCC's ballast increase couldn't stop champion Sutton

Qualifying for the opening round of the season is the single most significant session of the British Touring Car Championship year. Why? Because it’s the first of only two competitive outings in which no one is carrying any success ballast. The second is the opening race, but here random incidents can skew the formbook.
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The much-loved tin-top superstar bowing out at 59

The early-season European Formula 2 rounds at Silverstone and Thruxton always gave British enthusiasts their tantalising first view of talents we'd often only read about in the back pages of Autosport magazine through their exploits in foreign F3 races. When F2 was dropped for 1985 and replaced by Formula 3000,...