John Hindhaugh is joined by John Doonan and Doug Fehan.
Ann Bradshaw reflects on the end of an era for Williams Grand Prix Engineering, Jade Edwards fulfils her childhood dreams in the British Touring Car Championship, and IMSA president John Doonan answers questions raised by today’s State of the Sport address. With analysis from Nick Daman, Shea Adam and John Dagys.
John Hindhaugh pays tribute to Sir Stirling Moss, with Andrew Marriott, Bruce Jones and Joe Bradley. Nick Daman analyses MotoGP’s attempts to cut costs, and Shea Adam asks what next for Kyle Larson. Plus Nick Tandy previewing this week’s IMSA iRacing race at Laguna Seca, and IMSA president John Doonan.
John Hindhaugh is joined by Shea Adam, Nick Daman, Tim Gray and Declan Brennan to discuss the implications of the Covid19 virus on world motor sport. IMSA President John Doonan and the man behind the World Endurance Championship Gerard Neveu explain how they are preparing for a truncated and delayed season. And Ben Constanduros reports on the one major event that did go ahead, the WRC Rally Mexico.
John Hindhaugh hosts the press conference at Daytona with Pierre Fillon, Gerard Neveu, John Doonan and Jim France.
This week’s special guest is Cyrille Taesch Wahlen, with news of a new race in Australia for the Asian Le Mans Series. Mazda’s John Doonan previews the Daytona 24 hours, Nick Daman has news of a new endurance race for TCR cars at Spa, and Shea Adam discusses Indycar’s new title sponsor.
John Hindhaugh talks to Mazda’s John Doonan about the new Joest Mazda DPi car. BTCC driver Luke Davenport talks about his qualifying crash from Croft. Plus the latest motorsport news.
Mazda’s John Doonan on the launch of their new DPi car, an exclusive interview with Bentley’s Leena Gade, plus Nick Daman on the Brazilian Grand Prix and voting is open for the Man of the Year Show.
Shea Adam reports from Daytona on the final collective test before the start of the WeatherTech Sports Car Championship and Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge seasons. Friday: Saturday: Sunday:
A selection of interviews to cover reaction to the news that Grand-Am and the American Le Mans Series plan to merge. Representatives from tracks and sponsors Jim France, Don Panoz, Scott Atherton, Ed Bennett John Hindhaugh interviews Scott Atherton John Doonan Mark Reuss Andre Oosthuizen