Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
The Motor Sport editorial team

Motor Sport Magazine's podcasts, featuring the editorial team and guests. Listen to what the doyen of Formula 1 has to say about what's going on in the paddock as well as in-depth interviews with the sport's leading figures including Christian Horner, Derek Bell, Mario Andretti, Damon Hill, Patrick Head, Stirling Moss, Tom Kristensen, Martin Brundle, Martin Whitmarsh and Dario Franchitti.

Part of the Aston Martin furniture in the manufacturer's GT racing programme, Darren Turner sits down to discuss his career in the Motor Sport podcast this week. The British GT and World Endurance Championship driver talks about his career in GT racing, his almost two-decade-long affiliation with Aston Martin and even sharing a car with Colin McRae at Le Mans. The podcast was made in association with Nicholas Mee and Classic & Sports Finance http://www.nicholasmee.co.uk/ http://www.classicandsportsfinance.com/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Billy Monger had two legs amputated in 2017 after a heavy collision in a Formula 4 race, but immediately set his sights on a return to racing and won this year's Pau Grand Prix. The 20-year-old talks about coming out of an induced coma and immediately asking who won the F4 race, how he's adapted to racing since the crash, and his friendship with Lewis Hamilton. The podcast is in association with the Royal Automobile Club, which has awarded Monger the prestigious Segrave Trophy, which marks "outstanding skill, courage and initiative on land, water and in the air". For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

To mark the opening of the new 'Murray Walker' television room at the Royal Automobile Club, the legendary commentator recalls the highlights of his illustrious career with a podcast, in association with Motor Sport. Listen to his memories of working with James Hunt - and the tussles they had for the microphone; why he never sat down during a race; and the reason he doesn't think he would have survived as a commentator in the social media age. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

When Sir Chris Hoy retired from cycling, he moved from the velodrome for the race track, switching from five-minute sprint races to driving in the Le Mans 24 Hours.   The six-time Olympic cycling champion joins Ed Foster talks about his cycling career, moving into motor sport, and his latest project that sees him in the cockpit of Formula E and World Rallycross cars — as well as a monster truck. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Gil de Ferran joins Ed Foster, Simon Arron and Alan Hyde to talk through his career on both sides of the Atlantic: being mentored by Sir Jackie Stewart; setting the fastest closed-course lap of all time, at 241.428mph; and “not preparing well enough” for Fernando Alonso’s Indy 500 attempt. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Part of the British Touring Car Championship establishment and three times a title winner, Northern Irishman Colin Turkington chats about his low-key start in motor racing, the efforts to which he went to make his first racing car – a Metro – more aerodynamically efficient and the unexpected manner in which a hobby put him on the path to a successful professional career. He has secured all three of his BTCC championships with West Surrey Racing and BMW – and this season he seeks to emulate Andy Rouse, the only driver previously to have won four. Turkington comes from a family with a strong motor sport heritage – and the dynasty looks certain to continue. When he’s not competing in the BTCC, Turkington can often be found at kart tracks, overseeing the efforts of his two young sons.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Legendary Formula 1 car designer Adrian Newey joins the Motor Sport team to talk about his wide ranging career in the highest tiers of motor sport. He talks about his relationships with drivers, his favourite cars, the challenges F1 designers and engineers face and answers questions from our readers. Newey also won the Royal Automobile Club's ‘2018 Motoring Book of the Year’ trophy for 'How to Build a Car'. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Tai Woffinden joins Motor Sport features editor Simon Arron and staff writer Samarth Kanal for the latest Royal Automobile Club Talk Show. Woffinden has won three Speedway world championship titles, the first British rider to do so. He also picked up the Torrens Trophy, awarded by the Royal Automobile Club for motorcycle riders to have made an outstanding contribution to motorcycling, to have displayed outstanding skill in the field or to have made a contribution to safe and skilful motorcycling. He discusses the ins and outs of Speedway riding, the physical skill needed, and how many world titles he aims to earn. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Damon Hill, Karun Chandhok, grand prix editor Mark Hughes and features editor Simon Arron discuss the 2019 Formula 1 Season Preview at the IET, London. This event was sponsored by Footman James and Classic and Sports Finance. The panel talks about the season ahead and then answers questions from the audience. Motor Sport, its readers and the audience raised £1000 for Damon and Karun's chosen charities: the Halow Project and the Vishnu Devananda Charitable Trust. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

John Watson joins staff writer Samarth Kanal for an informal podcast at Race Retro at the end of February. He talks about the worst accidents of his career, working with and against Niki Lauda, and Roger Penske – 'the best president the United States never had.' For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The Roger Penske Royal Automobile Club Talk Show took place at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London. Motor Sport editor Joe Dunn joins staff writer Samarth Kanal as we talk to The Captain about his incredible career as the boss of one of the greatest racing teams ever. Topics covered include the loss of Mark Donohue; the incredible 2018 season that delivered the Indy 500, NASCAR Cup Series and the team's 500th win; the team's legacy as the last American F1 team to have won a grand prix and more; the 'Beast' and more... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Join Motor Sport editor Joe Dunn, features editor Simon Arron, production editor Rob Ladbrook and art editor Damon Cogman as they take you through the new-look March 2019 issue of the magazine. We look at how the cover was created, the new layout of the magazine and the features that await. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ever wanted to get started in motor sport yourself, but not sure what it takes or how to do it? Late last year Radical Sportscars gave Motor Sport's staff photographer Lyndon McNeil the chance to fulfil his dream of going racing by guiding him through his licence test and putting him into the final round of the Radical SR1 Cup at Brands Hatch.  In this podcast we catch up with some of the key names from that feature, Radical's Alex Mortimer (himself a former British GT champion) and driver coaches Stuart Moseley and Roger Bromiley to talk through how they all got start in the sport and expose the triumphs – and the pitfalls – that go along with your early years in the sport. Topics include crashing, how not to crash, plus the fact there are no benefits to crashing into your team-mate – especially when your family runs the team – and much, much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok joins Motor Sport staff writer Samarth Kanal, features editor Simon Arron and production editor Rob Ladbrook for the latest podcast. Currently part of Sky Sports F1's team, he discusses the culture shock when he first arrived to race in the UK, becoming the first Indian driver to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, racing at Goodwood and driving Williams Formula 1 cars. He also talks turbulent times with Lotus and Caterham during his Formula 1 career, and his special debut victory in the GP2 Series at Spa-Francorchamps. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Join Motor Sport editor Joe Dunn, staff photographer Lyndon McNeil, features editor Simon Arron and art editor Damon Cogman as they look through the February 2019 issue of the magazine. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Motor Sport editor Joe Dunn hosts the 2018 Formula 1 Season Review podcast with Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes, features editor Simon Arron and production editor Rob Ladbrook. They explain how the title was won and lost, and answer key questions about the season. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Marc Márquez's most wins year since 2014; Jorge Lorenzo wins on the Ducati and switches to Honda; Yamaha, Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales struggle; Suzuki, KTM and Aprilia gain traction – just some of this year's talking points from the 2018 MotoGP season. Freddie Spencer and Mat Oxley reflect on them all and more with Motor Sport digital editor, Jack Phillips. You can buy the official season review book, written by Mat, now from shop.motorsportmagazine.com. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer on the last round of the 2018 MotoGP season in Spain, where "atrocious" conditions made for an exciting race. He talks about the pressure on riders, his own experience at the circuit (having participated in the Valencia Classic), the race itself – including secrets to overtaking in the rain – and more. Plus, he explains why this will be his final Rider Insight for Motor Sport. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Audi team principal Allan McNish discusses Formula E and the future of motor sport with Motor Sport magazine digital editor Jack Phillips, features editor Simon Arron and production editor Rob Ladbrook. McNish was in London for the Royal Automobile Club Motoring Week, where his 'From Combustion to Electric' motoring lecture took place. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

John Hogan was the man who oversaw Marlboro's involvement with Formula 1 for 30 years, from McLaren to Ferrari, James Hunt to Ayrton Senna, and counts both Ron Dennis and Bernie Ecclestone as friends. So we joined him at CSM, where he still acts as consultant to look back. Plus, he explains why McLaren didn't sign Gilles Villeneuve, why McLaren picked Hunt over Jacky Ickx, how Dennis took control – and then lost Marlboro backing, and much, much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Multiple world champion Freddie Spencer reviews the Malaysian MotoGP, as Valentino Rossi and Marc Márquez lock horns, Ducati's duo raises questions, and looks ahead to what's in store next year. And, could Rossi have saved that slide? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Maverick Viñales ends Yamaha's win drought, Johann Zarco and Marc Márquez dramatically come together, Cal Crutchlow crashes, and Suzuki claims runner-up; multiple world champion Freddie Spencer reviews it all. And penguins... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer discusses the Japanese MotoGP, that saw another battle between Marc Márquez and Andrea Dovizioso – with the former wrapping up another world title. Plus, Spencer explains more about his new role within MotoGP as chairman of the stewards. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Four-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea visits the Royal Automobile Club to discuss his record breaking season, in which he's become the first rider to win four titles in a row and surpassed Carl Fogarty's record for the most wins. Plus, he reveals how close he came to MotoGP, why he's never raced the Isle of Man TT, what he'll do next and much, much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Multiple world champion Freddie Spencer gives his view on the MotoGP from Thailand, as Marquez out Doviziosos Dovizioso. Plus, he considers Maverick Viñales' upturn in form. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

A snap 10-minute podcast, with Joe Dunn, Helena Barrow, Simon Arron and Rob Ladbrook discussing the W Series. Launched today, October 10, it is a 'women-only international series addresses historic gender imbalance in motor sport.' For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer reviews the Aragon round of the 2018 MotoGP season, where Marc Márquez bettered Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso – and Jorge Lorenzo controversially crashed out. Plus, he offers his view on Aprilia's and Suzuki's stronger showing. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Time got away from us a little last month... So listen to Joe Dunn and the rest of the editorial team go behind the scenes of the both the October and November issues, featuring Dario Franchitti driving a Porsche 917, Ferrari 512 and Lola T70 on the same day and the rebirth of a famous E-type. Plus, there's a look at F1's move into esports, and how unseen photos of Mercedes' infamous 1999 Le Mans have reappeared. Buy the issue at shop.motorsportmagazine.com. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Senna vs Prost. Tyrrell, Jackie Stewart and Francois Cevert. The Rodriguez brothers, Pedro and Ricardo. Dan Gurney and Eagle. Senna vs Schumacher. John Wyer Automotive and Gulf Racing. Jo Ramirez was on the inside of it all. He joins Motor Sport features editor Simon Arron and digital editor Jack Phillips to look back on his long career, from moving to Europe from Mexico with Ricardo Rodriguez in 1961 to his retirement in McLaren (with a Harley-Davidson!) in 2000. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Misano is an important circuit for Freddie Spencer, where he learned an important lesson during his motorcycling career. So he gives his unique insight into the 2018 MotoGP race from San Marino, where Andrea Dovizioso scored Ducati’s third win in a row. Plus, he offers his view on Romano Fenati grabbing the brake of a rival, which has seen him lose his race licence and his ride in Moto2. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Motorcycle racer turned TV analyst Steve Parrish joins Motor Sport magazine's Mat Oxley and Jack Phillips ahead of his evening at the Royal Automobile Club Pall Mall. He looks back on how the world of motorcycling has changed since he retired, including recalling the many antics recounted in his new Parrish Times autobiography., what's changed at the Isle of Man TT and what it was like to be Barry Sheene's team-mate. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks at the cancelled round of MotoGP at Silverstone, and looks back to his soaking-wet Silverstone victory in 1985 and to his recent bumpy ride around the circuit in the World GP Legends. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

World champion Freddie Spencer comments on the Austria round of MotoGP, where Jorge Lorenzo held off Marc Márquez for the victory. Plus, he considers Márquez's change in approach this year, and his lack of crashes this year, and whether Lorenzo has learned from Andrea Dovizioso tactics against Márquez. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Andrea Dovizioso returned to the top step of the podium with victory at Brno, multiple world champion Freddie Spencer gives his take on the race, the rivalry between Jorge Lorenzo and Dovi, and the importance of test riders in MotoGP. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

F1 is on its summer shutdown, so Mark Hughes, Motor Sport's Grand Prix editor, joins Jack Phillips, Simon Arron and Motor Sport's new production editor, Rob Ladbrook, to look at the season so far. The many, many questions from readers get answered, including whether Mercedes knows how Ferrari made up the deficit and created the fastest car, what will happen at Red Bull, and who's been the best of the rest on the F1 grid. Plus, the team has its say on who will be world champion come November, and whether they will be in the same league as Fangio. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Brian Redman takes a break from his Goodwood Festival of Speed schedule to spend 20 minutes chatting with Motor Sport digital editor Jack Phillips to reveal favourite Porsche, the first Porsche he ever drove, what it's like to return to Goodwood every year, why he never raced at Indy and much more – before dashing off to track down his car to join the 70th anniversary parade. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Joe Dunn takes you behind the scenes of the latest issue of Motor Sport, joined by Simon Arron, Lyndon McNeil, Samarth Kanal and Jack Phillips. The September issue sees Dickie Meaden on the ground at the Nürburgring with Porsche as it pursues Stefan Bellof's lap record, and so we recall racing's other great records as part of a 'record breakers' feature. Plus Simon Arron takes John Barnard to lunch, Samarth Kanal discovers what it's like at Audi since it swapped endurance racing for Formula E and Mat Oxley delves into the history of MV Agusta. You can buy the issue the editorial team are discussing at https://shop.motorsportmagazine.com/ or download it instantly in our app: http://onelink.to/motorsportapp For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer, multiple world motorcycle champion, discusses the German MotoGP, the Sachsenring circuit and its history. Plus, he looks at Dani Pedrosa's decision to retire from MotoGP at the end of the season and the legacy he will leave. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Former Ferrari and McLaren designer John Barnard, the man who introduced the carbon monocoque to Formula 1 and the paddle-shift gearbox, joins us to look back on his distinguished career. In London to launch his new autobiography, 'The Perfect Car', he considers if such a thing exists, looks back on his career, the rights and wrongs of his time at Ferrari, the back story to Nigel Mansell's 1989 Brazilian Grand Prix win and much more. Unfortunately, a microphone failed during recorded. We apologise for the audio quality of presenter Jack Phillips. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Editor Joe Dunn introduces the latest (and July's) issue of Motor Sport, joined by features editor Simon Arron, art editor Damon Cogman, photographer Lyndon McNeil and digital editor Jack Phillips. July saw us preview Le Mans, from the point of view of Britain's many GTE stars, Tiff Needell reminisce about Thruxton, and Mark Hughes unravel the mess of McLaren. In the August issue, Murray Walker, Jackie Stewart, Nigel Mansell, Lewis Hamilton and many more look back on Silverstone's eight decades of F1 and Mark Hughes delves into the psyche of Max Verstappen. Visit shop.motorsportmagazine.com to buy the issues, or subscribe For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the thrilling Assen TT round of MotoGP, from how F1’s potential visit might affect the circuit, and what makes it such a good track, to Dani Pedrosa’s future predicament, to why MotoGP has become more exciting than Formula 1. Plus, he explains why Marc Marquez is so special and why Alex Rins impressed so much. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the latest round of the 2018 MotoGP season at Catalunya, where Jorge Lorenzo took his second win in a row ahed of Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell joins Motor Sport's Joe Dunn and Jack Phillips to introduce his new book, 'All my Porsche Races', and look back on his time with Porsche. Plus, he recalls his work on the Steve McQueen epic 'Le Mans', and explains how to take Eau Rouge flat in a Porsche 962... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

John Fitzpatrick, versatile racer who drove for Porsche, Ford and BMW joins Motor Sport digital editor Jack Phillips to look back on his colourful and long career. He recalls everything from racing Minis with Paddy Hopkirk, watching Jackie Stewart's first Tyrrell test, to winning more races in a Porsche 935 than anyone else and being the only man to win in a 956 in America. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

F1 driver-turned-commentator and TV presenter David Coulthard joins Motor Sport's Joe Dunn and Simon Arron to discuss Formula 1, what it takes to be a racing driver, and his upcoming book, 'The Winning Formula'. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Multiple world champion Freddie Spencer looks back on the Italian MotoGP from Mugello, scene of Freddie's first double World Championship Grand Prix win, in 1985. Plus, he explains the small change at Ducati that made the difference for Jorge Lorenzo, what's behind Maverick Viñales' struggles, and looks at Lorenzo's move to Honda alongside Marc Márquez For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Hunt and Alastair Caldwell joined us for us the latest podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz to look back on Freddie's father James, who died of a heart attack 25 years ago this month. Plus, Alastair recalls his time with McLaren and how the team changed, as well as how working for Bruce compared with Bernie Ecclestone.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Six-time Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx joins Motor Sport editor Joe Dunn and features editor Simon Arron to look back on his early career, his partnership with Porsche, Formula 2 and much more. Jacky was in London as part of Porsche and Chopard's 356 International event. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Winner of the 2017 Dakar Rally, the first Briton ever to do so, Sam Sunderland was recently awarded the prestigious Segrave Trophy to celebrate his outstanding achievement. Just before he collected the giant trophy, and just after his 'Segrave tweed' jacket fitting with Henry Poole & Co, he sat down with Mat Oxley and Motor Sport digital editor Jack Phillips to discuss the Dakar Rally in vivid detail. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks at Marc Márquez's latest victory in America – and his latest controversy. Plus, the fallout from Márquez and Valentino Rossi's clash at Argentina, the return of Andrea Iannone and struggles of Jorge Lorenzo. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy