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.

Charged with getting the best out of Felipe Massa as his race engineer, Rob Smedley helped the Brazilian to get within a whisker of the F1 world championship. He was also the head of vehicle performance at Williams and is now working for Formula 1’s promoters, looking to make the technical side of the sport more accessible to fans. In the final Motor Sport podcast of 2019, he talks through his career: discovering a “baby” Fernando Alonso testing in F3000; his years at Ferrari, plus his thoughts on Williams’ current predicament. We also ask what happened after he made the famous “Fernando is faster than you” radio call. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Only one team has won world championships in F1's hybrid era and it's in no small part due to Mercedes' all-conquering engine, built and developed by Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains. To recognise its entry into the Motor Sport Hall of Fame, the MD of the engine division, Andy Cowell, describes the nerve-wracking development of the complex engine; its 'party mode'; the battle to gain ground on Ferrari; and what makes the team so successful. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Damon Hill and Karun Chandhok offer their unique take on the 2019 Formula 1 season: the drivers that impressed; the best rookie; Leclerc & Vettel's power struggle and the sport's future. Plus, what happened when Karun met Kimi Räikkönen in a Tokyo bar... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Aston Martin has launched its special edition series celebrating British aviation entitled the Wings Series. It includes special edition models worked on by Q by Aston Martin. The brains behind the idea are chief creative officer Marek Reichman and director of special projects, Q and sales. They both joined Motor Sport at the Royal Automobile Club to discuss the initiative as well as other Aston Martin activities. Listen to insight into that plus the Aston Martin Valkyrie, the development of the Rapide E and the partnership with Red Bull Racing in Formula 1 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Legendary car designer Gordon Murray joined Motor Sport for an evening reflecting on his illustrious career in Formula 1 and the motoring industry. From his time in F1 to a possible Le Mans entry in 2021, listen as Murray recalls his highlights from a long career and reveals future plans on the drawing board. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Nigel Mansell joined Motor Sport for an evening of in-depth discussion of a career that included drives for some of Formula 1’s most prestigious teams, the 1992 F1 championship and 1993 CART title. His career in motor racing spanned 30 years and took him from the lower categories to Formula 1, America and back again. Mansell talks about his journey to becoming world champion, revealing previously unheard stories and anecdotes from his time as a racing driver. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Zef Eisenberg is a multiple land-speed record holder, but he's probably best known for surviving Britain’s fastest motorcycle crash: at 230mph, while trying to beat his own record. In the latest podcast with the Royal Automobile Club and Motor Sport, Eisenberg talks through his record attempts - and crash - and explains why he keeps coming back for more. “My problem is: when is it enough?” He says. “I want to go further. If you can go 234mph, why not 244mph?” For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Sir Jackie Stewart competed in Formula 1 from 1965 to 1973 in what was a notoriously dangerous period of motor racing history. The Scotsman won three world titles during his career, taking 24 race victories and 43 podium finishes, and campaigned heavily for the improvement of driver safety. Listen as he reflects on his career as well as the current state of the sport, including why he believes Eau Rouge is not the challenge it is made out to be and why Ross Brawn is the man to lead F1 forward. This podcast is in association with the Royal Automobile Club. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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

Freddie Spencer looks back on the dramatic 2018 Argentine MotoGP race, where Cal Crutchlow scored his first win of the year. Plus, Freddie gives his take on the performance of Marc Márquez – and Johann Zarco – that created such controversy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Former racer and TV presenter David Hobbs looks back on his expansive and varied racing career, from Morris Oxford to Formula 1, and on to Le Mans, America and more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Former F1 racer and sports car champion Martin Brundle discusses modern Formula 1, the new breed of superstars, sustainability of Grand Prix racing, the halo, plus he looks back on some of his memories from his career. For more details about the Grand Prix Trust, visit: www.grandprixtrust.com/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the opening round of the 2018 MotoGP season from Qatar, where Andrea Dovizioso held off a late charge from Marc Márquez and Valentino Rossi began the season on the podium. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer gives his take on MotoGP testing, and answers the questions we didn't have time for in the full MotoGP season preview. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

World champion Freddie Spencer and leading MotoGP journalist Mat Oxley join Motor Sport digital editor Jack Phillips to look ahead to the 2018 MotoGP season. Valentino Rossi continues his search for a 10th world title, Marc Marquez bids for yet another win, and Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso battle for the lead Ducati seat. Plus, they discuss Tech 3’s switch from Yamaha, and what it might mean. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Matt and Steve Neal of hugely successful British Touring Car Championship squad Team Dynamics join us for an hour's chat about the history of the BTCC, their memories including that first independents win to almost signing Jason Plato, Bathurst, and racing in the 1960s British Saloon Car Championship. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Dickie Stanford and Jonathan Williams of Williams Heritage join Motor Sport editor Nick Trott, features editor Simon Arron and (jet lagged) digital editor Jack Phillips. The pair discuss how Williams Heritage came to be, looking back on some of the cars housed in the collection, plus they talk Senna, Piquet, Mansell and much more.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Editor Nick Trott, deputy editor Joe Dunn, art editor Damon Cogman and photographer Lyndon McNeil take you behind the scenes of the February issue of Motor Sport, a Colin McRae special. Plus, Gordon Murray reflects, the secrets of the Porsche 956 are revealed, and Dickie Meaden heads to Daytona. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Design legend Gordon Murray joins Motor Sport editor Nick Trott, editor-at-large Gordon Cruickshank and features editor Simon Arron for the latest Royal Automobile Club Talk Show. From Brabham and Bernie Ecclestone to his latest road car projects and collection, Murray is on typically riveting form, and he answers your many, many questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the 2017 MotoGP season, who impressed, who didn't. From Jonas Folger in 10th to world champion Marc Marquez, he counts down the top 10 in MotoGP. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The latest podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz – David Brabham updates digital editor Jack Phillips and contributing editor Dickie Meaden on Project Brabham, looks back on his time at Aston Martin, Formula 1 and much, much more.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok looks back on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner chats to Motor Sport editor Nick Trott and features editor Simon Arron about his career, on and off the track. From almost signing Fernando Alonso, to where Formula 1 goes next, Horner covers it all. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Multiple world champion Freddie Spencer on the season-ending round of MotoGP from Valencia, as Marquez does enough, Pedrosa denies Zarco and the Ducatis hit problems. Plus, he explains what it takes to ride Valencia. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reviews the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix from Interlagos. From the stellar Sebastian Vettel, Hamilton’s mixed to the off-colour Red Bulls. Plus, the trouble for Mercedes and Felipe Massa’s farewell home race. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Nick Trott, Joe Dunn, Simon Arron and Damon Cogman discuss the December issue of Motor Sport, as Mark Hughes compares Hamilton and Vettel, Mercedes and Ferrari, Ari Vatanen takes Lunch, and a Penske IndyCar tackles Prescott. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Sports car legend, Le Mans winner and F1 racer Hans-Joachim Stuck talks us through his career, his team-mates, Bernie Ecclestone, his father – Hans Stuck – and much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Three-time world champion examines the differences between Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso and what it means the MotoGP title fight, following Dovi's Sepang win. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun's take on a riveting title-decider in Mexico, his view on Verstappen and where Hamilton's title was won For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the MotoGP from Phillip Island, as Márquez edges closer to the title, Ducati and Dovi struggle, and Zarco ruffles some feathers. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun's solution to the late penalty drama at Austin, with insight into Hamilton's blistering qualifying form and Hartley's debut For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Former NISMO boss Darren Cox examines the state of play in the World Endurance Championship, and looks back on his time with Nissan. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the Japanese Grand Prix, from Marc Marquez and Dovisizo's duel, the challenging conditions, Zarco's aggression and much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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Le Mans winners, with seven victories between them, Richard Attwood, Derek Bell and Nick Tandy sit down to look back on their respective careers and what's changed since Attwood's 1970 Le Mans win. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reports back from Japan, discussing Lewis Hamilton's latest victory. Plus, the impressive Red Bulls, Jolyon's tough weekend and the continuing grid penalties problem. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reviews Max Verstappen's Malaysian Grand Prix victory for Red Bull Racing, as Ferrari misses another big opportunity. Plus, he looks at why the Mercedes is either on the pace or off it in Formula 1. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks at the Arágon MotoGP, as Marc Márquez takes a 16-point lead in the title chase with victory. Plus, Rossi returns just weeks after breaking his leg, and Dovi drops back. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok dissects the start crash between Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Kimi Räikkönen, and looks at the dominance of Lewis Hamilton in Singapore. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer discusses the big talking points from Misano where Márquez mastered the conditions, Dovi played the long game and Petrucci showed his potential For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Editor Nick Trott is joined by deputy editor Joe Dunn, features editor Simon Arron, art editor Damon Cogman and photographer Lyndon McNeil to take you behind the scenes of the latest issue. It's the first of a new-look Motor Sport, and the team will reveal the stories and secrets behind the changes. And fonts... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The standout performers from Monza, a look ahead to the fly-away races and how Ferrari still has a joker to play – Karun Chandhok reports back from Monza with his latest driver insight. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Three-time world motorcycling champion Freddie Spencer joins Mat Oxley and Jack Phillips to review the British round of the MotoGP and look ahead to who might be crowned the 2017 MotoGP World Champion. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Five-time Grand Prix winner John Watson joined editor Nick Trott, features editor Simon Arron and digital editor Jack Phillips for a typically entertaining 80 minutes for the latest podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reports after a tense Grand Prix at Spa, where Ferrari limited its losses and Force India drivers continued their feud For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer discusses the big talking points from the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, where Dovizioso showed his championship class and a title contender hit rare mechanical trouble For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer analyses the brilliant Austrian MotoGP, as Andrea Dovizioso beats Marc Márquez. Is Valentino Rossi out of the title fight? Has Lorenzo turned a corner? Plus Freddie recalls his memories of the old Salzburgring. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Editor Nick Trott, features editor Simon Arron, art editor Damon Cogman and photographer Lyndon McNeil sit down to discuss the special September 2017 edition of Motor Sport. From how the front cover artwork came to be, to why drifting made its way onto Motor Sport's pages for the first time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back on the 2017 Czech MotoGP, the first race back from the summer break. How the tyre gamble paid off for Márquez, how Viñales's bike and setup choice played out, and how Dani Pedrosa notched up a MotoGP milestone. Plus, he pays his respects to the great Ángel Nieto. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Could intra-team battles have repercussions​ down the line? Karun Chandhok offers his take on the Hungarian Grand Prix, as team orders play their part. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Reigning world champion Nico Rosberg joined Motor Sport editor Nick Trott at the Goodwood Festival of Speed to talk about his championship-winning year, what comes next and to answer your many, many questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Hamilton stars, Kimi impresses and Bottas recovers – Karun Chandhok offers his take on the British Grand Prix For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reports after the Austrian Grand Prix, where a flying Finn clinched a second career win For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Two-time Formula 1 World Champion and Indianapolis 500 legend Emerson Fittipaldi joins Nick Trott, Simon Arron and Jack Phillips of Motor Sport magazine at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall to reveal more about his new supercar, the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo. Designed with Pininfarina, and built in partnership with Mercedes' HWA race team, the EF7 is due to begin testing in late 2017. Plus, Fittipaldi looks back on his great career, his friendship with Ayrton Senna, moving to England and much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer offers his take on the German MotoGP – and a word on Goodwood where he was riding a variety of 'bikes up the hill. From the tight and close circuit, the struggles of Yamaha, the Viñales and Rossi battle to the very impressive Folger. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Nick Trott, Joe Dunn, Simon Arron and Lyndon McNeil take you behind the scenes of the August issue of Motor Sport, featuring Karun Chandhok driving the Williams FW40 and FW14B. Plus, how IndyCar' drivers are surviving the big one, an exclusive Rover SD1 triple test and the Jaguar XJ220, 25 years on.   For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer discusses the big talking points from the Dutch TT where Valentino Rossi showed his champion class and explains how MotoGP is a game of anticipation and judgement. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok on the chaotic race in Baku that saw title rivals clash, team-mates collide and a teenager claim an unlikely podium. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Dario Franchitti joined Ed Foster and Nick Trott of Motor Sport magazine at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall to look back on the Indy 500 and Fernando Alonso's performance. Dario also answers a few of your questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back at the Catalunya Grand Prix at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya​. Dovizioso made it back-to-back wins as Honda chased hard and Yamaha struggled. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Lewis' brilliant race, Ferrari on the back foot, and the difficult situation at Force India and much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back at the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello. It was a popular win for Dovisioso while Rossi struggled with his injury. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ed Foster, Nick Trott, Damon Cogman, Lyndon McNeil and Jack Phillips discuss the July issue of Motor Sport, taking you behind the scenes of how it all came together. We apologise for the recording quality, normal service will resume next month. Technology problems and interference got the better of us. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Rob Wilson joined us to talk through his esteemed career, from racing driver to one of the world's most prominent driver coaches. He's coached much of the Formula 1 grid and raced against some of the best in everything, from NASCAR and Indy Lights, through to Formula Ford. He also has his say on Fernando Alonso competing in the Indy 500. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok looks back at the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix: What happened to Lewis Hamilton? And did Ferrari use team orders to get Vettel ahead of Raikkonen? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks back at the MotoGP round at Le Mans and also remembers the late Nicky Hayden who tragically lost his life on the Monday after the race. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok's latest post-race insight – the big Barcelona updates, how Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes combined to deny Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari, and why this is shaping up to be the best F1 season for years. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Double touring car champion John Cleland joins the podcast team to tell his many stories from his racing career. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer gives his take on the Spanish MotoGP, where Dani Pedrosa led a Honda 1-2. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ed Foster, Nick Trott, Joe Dunn, Simon Arron and Lyndon McNeil go behind the scenes on how the June issue came together. From Bellof's 'Ring lap, racing's greatest laps to the 'Flying Brick'. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok reports back from Sochi, did Massa deny Vettel? Are Bottas and Raikkonen championship contenders? He discusses the major talking points from the 2017 Russian Grand Prix. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Paul Stewart joins Ed Foster, Nick Trott and Simon Arron of Motor Sport for a podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Three-time world champion Freddie Spencer considers the best of the 2017 MotoGP of the Americas. Valentino Rossi's penalty, how he's come to lead the championship, what changed for Maverick Viñales and the effect the circuit had on the race. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok looks back at the major talking points from the Formula 1 from Bahrain, while Alex Wurz reports on the opening round of the World Endurance Championship season from Silverstone. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer and Karun Chandhok offer their insights into the recent Grands Prix, the MotoGP from Argentina and the Formula 1 from China. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ahead of the Royal Automobile Club’s Tourist Trophy Dinner last month, 2014 Tourist Trophy winner and 2015 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson discussed all-things World Endurance Championship (WEC), British drivers in sports cars, the future of technology and winning the Formula Ford Festival. With the WEC season opener taking place this weekend (14 to 16 April) in the form of the 6 Hours of Silverstone, Davidson looks to the months ahead. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ed Foster is joined by Motor Sport editor Nick Trott, features editor Simon Arron, deputy editor Joe Dunn and art editor Damon Cogman to reveal how the May issue of Motor Sport came to be. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer and Karun Chandhok review the opening rounds of MotoGP and Formula 1 respectively in the new rider and driver insights series from Motor Sport. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Tiff Needell joined Ed Foster at the Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park, for the latest Royal Automobile Club Talk Show in association with Motor Sport. The topic? The 2017 Formula 1 season. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok and Mark Hughes preview the 2017 F1 season with the podcast team, looking ahead to the new rules, new tyres, new driver line-ups and much more in the latest podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The first in a new series – two-time motorcycle world champion Freddie Spencer looks ahead to the Qatar race next weekend. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer looks ahead to the 2017 MotoGP season with Motor Sport's Ed Foster and Mat Oxley in the latest podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Online editor Ed Foster, deputy editor Joe Dunn and art editor Damon Cogman chat through the April 2017 issue of Motor Sport, featuring the Formula 1 preview, John McGuinness, motor racing's biggest scandals, and much, much more besides. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The first Royal Automobile Club Talk Show of 2017 saw Tom Kristensen join us to talk sports cars, BTCC, Japan and of course Le Mans. Kristensen was at the Club's Pall Mall venue for its Annual Motoring Dinner. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

It was only when we rang Jody Scheckter's doorbell that we remembered that the 1979 Formula 1 World Champion was our first ever podcast guest back in 2009. Over 100 podcasts ago we decided that our recordings would be a lot more interesting if we invited a guest along and Jody was an obvious choice.  Eight years later and we've finally pinned him down again. We had so many questions from the readers that I binned the script and simply asked as many as possible. Cue stories on his formative years, his arrival in F1, his time at Ferrari, the world championship and his current work at Laverstoke.  Enjoy and, as always, let us know what you think.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

James Weaver and Andy Wallace make a popular return to the podcast chair to tell more stories from their careers and also discuss who should be on the shortlist for the Motor Sport Hall of Fame US racing category. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

It's taken us a while to pin two-time Le Mans winner Alex Wurz down – he's a busy man with work in both the World Endurance Championship and Formula 1 as head of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association. However, we did finally catch him on his way out of the UK and this is the result: a fantastic hour of Formula 1, sports cars, BMX world championships and being inspired by Steven Spielberg's film ET.   Enjoy and, as always, let us know what you think.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Featuring Ross Brawn and Nick Fry lifting the lid on the success of Brawn GP, TT hero John McGuinness, Alistair Caldwell on 1976, Stirling Moss recalling the Mille Miglia he won with Jenks in 1955, Damon Hill, Stuart Turner, Dick Bennetts on F3 with Mika Häkkinen, and Pat Symonds. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ed Foster, Nick Trott, Simon Arron, Damon Cogman, Joe Dunn and Gordon Cruickshank discuss the newest issue of Motor Sport. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The best bits of the Motor Sport podcast from 2016, with Simon Taylor, Lord March, Cosworth's Mike Costin, Jochen Mass, Derek Warwick and Alan Gow. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Our final Motor Sport podcast of 2016, in association with Mercedes-Benz, and we sat down with British Touring Car Championship boss Alan Gow.  We chat Peter Brock, the past, present and future of the BTCC and even the posibility of a night race...  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Recorded live at the screening of Crash and Byrne, Motor Sport's Simon Arron interviews Tommy Byrne. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Freddie Spencer joined Ed Foster and Mat Oxley to help decide which 12 names from motorcycling should be on the shortlist for the Hall of Fame in 2017. Plus, Spencer asks yours questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The second-last podcast of 2016 and we head to Goodwood to talk to Lord March about his grandfather, the Festival of Speed, the Revival and what it takes to run these events every year. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Mike Costin, co-founder of Cosworth and one of the key men behind the DFV, joined the Motor Sport team for an hour-long chat. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ahead of the Dewar Trophy and Simms Medal presentations the podcast team sat down with Williams' chief technical officer Pat Symonds to discuss the winners of the two awards as well as Formula 1's 2017 regulations.  We also cover the greatest racing driver excuse of all time, courtesy of Ayrton Senna, and Pat's time at Benetton. It's the eighth time Pat has graced the microphone on this site and his ability to distill technical discussions into something even I can understand remains undimmed. Enjoy.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Dick Bennetts, the founder and boss of West Surrey Racing, first came to the UK from New Zealand in 1972 and has worked with Ron Dennis, Niki Lauda, Ayrton Senna, Mauricio Gugelmin, Mika Hakkinen and Rubens Barrichello. In 1996 WSR moved from the world of Formula 3 and entered the British Touring Car Championship where it has won 69 races and finished on the podium 231 times.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Five-time Le Mans winner and 2016 Hall of Fame inductee Derek Bell joined Ed Foster and Gary Watkins to decide which 12 names from the world of sports cars should be on the Hall of Fame shortlist in 2017 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Jochen Mass joined Ed Foster and the returning Rob Widdows to talk about his career and to answer reader questions in the latest Motor Sport podcast in association with Mercedes-Benz. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Karun Chandhok joined Mark Hughes and presenter Ed Foster to talk about his career, modern Formula 1, both on track and behind the scenes. He also had the all-important task helping to decide which 12 greats from F1 should be on the Hall of Fame shortlist for 2017. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The man who took Mini to Monte glory, Stuart Turner, talks about his vast and varied career, from rallying, racing to journalism. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Most of you will know Simon Taylor as the man behind Motor Sport's 'Lunch With' series – one that has included 125 lunch-based interviews with the sport's biggest names. He first sat down for 'Lunch With' in June 2006. The subject was Max Mosley and the pair ate at the Café de Paris where the then-president of the FIA ate "a tiny lobster mousse, green salad, still water and an espresso". As the issues rolled on Simon had lunch with a huge array of names from Tyler Alexander to Alex Wurz via Ross Brawn, Richard Petty, Ron Dennis and the late Chris Amon.  After 10 years of lunches Simon has decided to call it a day (he'll still write for Motor Sport, but he's stepping down from Lunch With) and to honour what Damien Smith describes as "the greatest series of interviews in motor sport publishing" we decided to sit the man himself down for a bite to eat. Want to know what all these big names were like to interview? Enjoy.   For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Damon Hill discusses his Formula 1 World Championship win, 20 years on, plus modern F1 and much more. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

It's a big one... Our 100th podcast here at Motor Sport and it's the first one in partnership with Mercedes-Benz. It was also our first podcast al fresco in the British summer sun.  Derek Warwick was on his usual fantastic form and we cover everything from knicking his Dad's engines in Superstox to his Uncle Stan flying aeroplanes under Tower Bridge (yes, really). We also find time to talk about sports cars, Formula 1 and young British driving talent.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Alastair Caldwell tells good stories. A lot of good stories. Whether it's about how he got into the sport or what it was like looking after James Hunt the night before the Canadian Grand Prix they are always entertaining and they usually end with a michevous cackle.  For this Royal Automobile Club Talk Show we focused solely on 1976 – the year that James Hunt won the title. It was an incredible year in Formula 1 with everything from terrible accidents to race disqualifications. "I remember when we were on our way back from Japan," Alastair told me after we stopped recording, "and we all said to each other: There's no point in taking this to Hollywood, no one would believe what happened." Over 30 years later Rush, the Hollywood film centered around 1976, was made.  The Club is celebrating that world championship year all through 2016 and only two weeks ago hosted a dinner with John Hogan, Freddie and Tom Hunt and James' two sisters and brother. We hope you enjoy Alastair's view on the season which... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Having accepted his Hall of Fame award Valentino Rossi chats to Mat Oxley about his favourite bike, the competition at the moment and why he is "f**ked" if it gets any tougher. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The reward for an early start for the podcast team was an hour-long chat with David Richards, chairman of Prodrive. A winner in the World Rally Championship as co-driver, he and Prodrive have gone on to feature at the top of all four-wheeled motor sport. He gives his views on the state of modern Formula 1 and WRC, Colin McRae, Jenson Button and Jacques Villeneuve. Plus modern GT racing's appeal, and he answers your many, many questions.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Last night's Motor Sport Hall of Fame kicked off with a panel discussion on motor sport's great rivalries. The stars included five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell, nine-time Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen, two-time Le Mans class winner Darren Turner, former Formula 1 driver and team owner Jackie Oliver, Motor Sport writer and former Isle of Man TT winner Mat Oxley and editor Damien Smith.  To download the podcast please visit our Soundcloud page. You can also subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Being the month of May we sat down with Sir Stirling Moss to talk Monaco and the Mille Miglia. Moss famously won the latter in 1955 with Motor Sport's continental correspondent Denis Jenkinson aboard the Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR. In Monaco he also enjoyed great success with Grand Prix wins in 1956, 1960 and 1961. His last win there, when he held off the faster Ferraris behind him, is widely considered one of his greatest races of all time.  We also take readers' questions which cover Moss' greastest corners, his retirement from racing and much more.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet, Williams in the 1980s, Frank Williams, Patrick Head, the state of modern F1, the problems with overtaking, Toyota, Jarno Trulli... There is not much we don't cover in this podcast with Frank Dernie.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

John Surtees has a lot of fans. That much is clear from how many questions and good wishes were submitted when we announced we were recording a podcast with him. He's also amazingly sprightly and his memory is far better than mine. At the end of the podcast below I fired a completely random question to him about racing around the streets of Madrid in the late 1950s and within a matter of seconds he was into a story about the crowds and Francisco Franco sitting in a dangerous place. Astonishing. We talk through the 2016 Motor Sport Hall of Fame shortlist (below) and John gives his view on who he'd like to see victorious in each category. What's more, we take as many questions as possible. The shortlist, as voted for by you, is: Formula 1 – Mike Costin and Keith Duckworth, Gilles Villeneuve, Professor Sid Watkins, Sports cars – Derek Bell, Brian Redman, Pedro Rodríguez, Motorcycling – Joey Dunlop, Mike Hailwood, Valentino Rossi, Rallying – Richard Burns, Sébastien Loeb, Hannu Mikkola, US racing – Dan... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

I first met McGuinness at the Isle of Man TT in 2011. I was on the island to write a colour piece about the week’s racing and the big characters and John was top of the interview list. Having organised the trip at the last minute the only hire car left on the island was a pink soft-top Nissan Micra. I decided to take my ‘bike helmet and hitch lifts. It was because of a particularly mad Frenchman – who had given me a lift from my campsite to the paddock that morning on his (very fast) BMW tourer – that I knocked on John’s motorhome door with slightly shaky hands. John opened the door, invited me in and offered me a ‘cuppa’. Being relatively new to road racing it seemed odd that one of its most successful counterparts was happy to be making tea. Formula 1 this was not. What followed was a fascinating 45 minutes chatting about the TT course and what makes it so special. By the end of it I had to keep reminding myself who McGuinness was such was his normality. To be fair, most road racers I have met are... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The first in a new series – we look back at the 2008 and 2009 Formula 1 seasons when Honda pulled out of the sport. Ross Brawn and Nick Fry, after trying to find a buyer, decided to purchase the team themselves. What followed was one of the most remarkable seasons in Grand Prix history. Here is the full story. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Simon Arron, Damien Smith, Mark Hughes and Rob Widdows are joined by Williams' Chief Technical Officer Pat Symonds to review testing and preview the 2016 Formula 1 season. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This weekend at Race Retro Damien Smith sat down with 1996 Formula 1 World Champion Damon Hill and head of Williams Heritage Jonathan Williams. The first half is dedicated to Damon's racing career with questions from you, the Motor Sport readers, while the second part looks at the cars which brought Damon so much success. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Lord Hesketh, Stirling Moss, Denis Jenkinson, John Watson, Gunnar Nilsson, Carlos Reutemann, Emerson Fittipaldi, Mario Andretti, Jody Scheckter and David Purley. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ex-McLaren team manager Alastair Caldwell joins us for our second podcast of 2016. We look back at how he got his foot in the door at the now-Woking-based outfit, his memories of Bruce McLaren, the 1976 World Championship with James Hunt and which driver impressed him the most. You will also hear about our request for stories from anyone who was at Brands Hatch in 1976 for the British Grand Prix. In the July issue of the magazine we're looking back at that day and, instead of giving you the (well-told) story from the paddock, we want to hear from you. Were you there? Did you throw cans on the track? What are your memories? Do please use #Brands76 on social media to share your stories. Alternatively, you can leave a comment below or email editorial@motorsportmagazine.com. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The first podcast of 2016 is here. We persuaded four-time Indycar champion and three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti to come down from Scotland for it and, after answering readers' questions, we launched the shortlist for the final 2016 Hall of Fame category: US racing. We talk about Jim Clark, Franchitti's most satisfying race win, his perfect car for driving the north coast of Scotland and even Ganassi's 'secret' tunnel used for aero testing... In the second half the team decides the shortlist for the US racing category. As always, let us know what you think and thank you very much for sending in so many questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The Formula 1 season review podcast is here! We welcome back Williams' chief technical officer Pat Symonds for a discussion of the year's events, themes and challenges. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The fourth Hall of Fame category is here. This month we turn to motorcycling and its greatest names. To help us narrow all the names down to a short list of 12 we brought in Mat Oxley and ex-MotoGP rider Jeremy McWilliams. We run through two-wheeled stars from Valentino Rossi to the cheeky Londoner Barry Sheene. As Rob says in the introduction this one's for all you racers. As always, let us know what you think. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

It was 5am and due to a computer failure the queue for check-in at Gatwick airport snaked out of the terminal door. Because of all the audio equipment needed to record a Motor Sport podcast there was no way I could proceed with hand luggage only. Having tried for a few years to secure Nigel Mansell as a podcast guest it looked like I was going to miss the flight to Jersey and the first proper chance... This was going to be a tough one to explain to editor Damien. Amazingly – with a little queue jumping – I made the flight and The Mansell Collection in St Helier, Jersey by 10am. The 1992 World Champion was there already, finishing another interview and within 15 minutes of arriving the tape is rolling. The next hour is spent talking about his rise to Formula 1, his memories of Colin Chapman, his stint in Indycar, the touring car outings and his thoughts on the likes of Senna, Piquet, Prost and Keke Rosberg. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

"Born in a gas station," Tom Kristensen had petrol in his veins from an early age. Despite a flirtation with banking, he went on to win the Le Mans 24 Hours nine times. A record, surely, that won't be matched for quite some time... Rob, Alan Hyde and I talk through his career from his first 'steps' in a go kart to his World Endurance Championship crown via the Goodwood Revival and his new book. As always, let us know what you think and enjoy. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

After flying down specially from Edinburgh and a quick lunch at our new local Italian restaurant Robert Reid sat down to talk through his career and that of his long-time driver Richard Burns. We cover everything from wallpaper with Mk 2 Escorts on it (yes, really) to the 2001 World Rally Championship via Colin McRae and what made Richard so special. In the second half we launch the rally category for the Hall of Fame and you can now vote on any one of the 12 names we decided on with Robert. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This year at the Goodwood Revival the Credit Suisse Drivers' Forum, hosted by Henry Hope-Frost, consisted of Sir Stirling Moss, Derek Bell, Jochen Mass, Dario Franchitti, Alain de Cadenet and Jackie Oliver. The subject – racing in America vs racing in Europe. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On Thursday afternoon at the Goodwood Revival, as teams were unloading transporters, we grabbed Steve Soper and Andrew Jordan to sit down and record a podcast. To help us out with the tin top racers BTCC pitlane reporter Alan Hyde joined us for the first time. Well, we say first time, but he's always been sat recording the podcasts with us – this was just the first time we gave him a microphone... Why do Steve and Andrew race at the Revival? And how did the latter find a Lotus Cortina when he drove it in the wet for the first time? We cover the famous Revival as well as the BTCC then and now. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The doyen of sports car racing Gary Watkins helps the Motor Sport team decide who should be on the shortlist for the 2016 Hall of Fame sports car category. Derek Bell? Hans Stuck? Allan McNish? Henri Pescarolo? It's now up to you, the public, to vote. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On Tuesday 28th the podcast team of Roebuck, Widdows, Arron and myself journeyed north to the suburbs of Northampton to call on the ex-F1, Le Mans, rally, Can-Am and Indycar designer Tony Southgate. Greeted with fresh coffee and biscuits we tried to condense his four decades in the sport into an hour. There were one or two things we didn't have time to discuss... We did, however, discuss his beginnings in motor racing with Lola, his move to Brabham and then his subsequent stints at Lola (again), Shadow, Arrows, Lotus, Audi... The list is as long as it is varied. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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On Tuesday June 23, as part of the National Women in Engineering Day, The Institution of Mechanical Engineers hosted an evening entitled ‘Women in Motorsport Engineering – Beating the Competition’. BBC Radio 5 Live F1 presenter Jennie Gow chaired the discussion and speakers included Audi Sport race engineer Leena Gade, Force India performance and strategy engineer Bernadette Collins and BTCC data engineer Gemma Hatton. There were also presentations from F1 in Schools world champion Colossus’s scrutineering engineer Rachael Matthews, F1 in Schools UK champion Evolution’s team manager Helen Jarman, Cambridge University masters engineering student Aurelia Hibbert and University of Warwick engineering undergraduate Hannah Sugrue. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Lee McKenzie podcast Who’s the fastest driver on the Formula 1 grid at the moment? Is Audi coming to F1? Why did Lee’s father Bob do a naked lap of Silverstone? And which F1 driver refers to him as ‘Father McKenzie’? Just your normal Motor Sport podcast then… Lee McKenzie guides us through the news and views from the F1 paddock and explains Ferrari’s turnaround, what Vettel was like to deal with in 2014 and whether Max Verstappen is the real deal. To download the audio file please scroll past the video.

Mike Earle podcast As Rob mentions when introducing the podcast Mike Earle has spent five decades in the sport. I knew we were covering a lot of ground during the recording so when the audio file landed this morning, courtesy of Alan Hyde, I decided to write down the names that are brought up during the 90 minutes. Here they are, in order: David Purley, Derek Bell, Peter Gethin, John Watson, Roger Clark, Chris Craft, Jean-Luc Salomon, Denny Hulme, Bruce McLaren, Gerhard Berger, Carlos Pace, Bernie Ecclestone, Tom Pryce, Adrian Newey, Jean-Pierre van Rossem... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

2015 F1 season preview podcastIt’s that time of year again: Formula 1 testing’s over, the driver line-ups are more or less set, a competitive order has started to emerge… and we still don’t really know what’s going to happen. Which means it’s time for the Motor Sport season preview podcast. So join Nigel Roebuck, Mark Hughes, Damien Smith, Simon Arron and Rob Widdows as they discuss the coming season and try to answer F1′s burning questions. What sort of advantage will Mercedes have? Will the following teams be able to close the gap?... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Mark Blundell podcast Formula 1 cars, sports cars, Indycars… Mark Blundell must have driven more racers than most. We knew it was going to be a struggle getting his entire career into an hour and not only did it stretch to one hour 15 minutes, but we’ve also agreed that we need to do a ‘Part 2′. Now busy looking after young drivers, Blundell is a great story teller – something we’re sure you’ll agree with having listened to his tales of manhandling the Nissan R90CK around Le Mans in 1990 for that pole lap and dealing... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Dario Franchitti podcastFrom an Allan McNish $10 bet to Formula E, via testing F1 cars for McLaren and Jaguar – there wasn’t much we didn’t cover during the hour with three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti. As always, let us know your thoughts on everything we discuss. The podcast team will be back in only a couple of weeks with Mark Blundell. If you would like to subscribe to the Motor Sport podcasts then visit our

David Brabham podcast Project Brabham, Le Mans, Formula Ford, Mike Thackwell, Formula 3000, F1, the ALMS, Jack Brabham… There wasn’t much not discussed when the podcast team sat down with David Brabham. Fueled with mince pies, chocolate and fudge brownies and a bottle or three of wine Nigel Roebuck, Damien Smith, Rob Widdows and Simon Arron bring you the last podcast of 2014. If you’d like to find out more about Project Brabham please visit the official site

F1 season review podcastHamilton vs Rosberg, the Mercedes dominance, the brilliance of Daniel Ricciardo and the financial crisis that Formula 1 is facing – just some of the topics that the podcast team discuss in their F1 season review. Nigel Roebuck, Damien Smith, Mark Hughes, Simon Arron and Rob Widdows discuss all the big topics over this hour-long recording. If you would like to subscribe to the Motor Sport podcasts then visit our

Jonathan Palmer podcastAs we sat in Jonathan Palmer’s Brands Hatch office we overlooked a motorbike track day in action and were served bacon sandwiches, fresh coffee and orange juice – as podcasts go, we were already onto a winner (not a good one to miss Simon Arron…). You’ll be pleased to hear the content was also great as Jonathan talked about Jolyon’s success in GP2 this year, the state of Formula 1 and why he has so far not been tempted to run a team. We also looked back at his career and how he... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Drivers’ Forum at the Revival Henry Hope-Frost hosts a Credit Suisse Drivers’ Forum with Derek Bell, Sir Stirling Moss, Jochen Mass, Alain de Cadenet and Max Chilton at the 2014 Goodwood Revival. While the topic is perfect team-mates, teams and cars, the five racers also discuss safety, the junior categories and weird noises in the night at Le Mans… If you would like to subscribe to the Motor Sport podcasts then visit our

Podcast with Derek Bell Last week the podcast team paid a visit to Pagham on the south coast to see Derek Bell. If you’ve heard our last podcast with the five-time Le Mans winner, you’ll know he’s got a wealth of great stories from his long career. Derek’s on typically good form in this installment of the Motor Sport podcast. As always, let us know what you think in the... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Podcast with Pat SymondsPat Symonds – Williams’ chief technical officer – stopped by for a podcast last week to talk about all things Formula 1, including the Grove squad’s return to the podium. Along with the Mercedes duel and the emergence of Daniel Ricciardo, Williams’ success has been one of the biggest stories this year, so who better to talk us through the season? This is Pat’s fourth time behind the Motor Sport mic and F1 has changed so much since his first appearance in 2010. Will Mercedes still be on top the next time he comes in? Or will Renault and... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Formula Student podcastOn June 24 Ed Foster hosted an evening of discussion at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Joining him were Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds, Mercedes-Benz managing director Andy Cowell, Cosworth sales director Kirsty Andrew and Motor Sport Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes. Formula 1′s current direction has come under fire from a number of directions and attempts to improve ‘the show’ have largely been met with derision from those inside the sport and the fans looking in. In this special installment of the... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Podcast with Perry McCarthyAnyone who’s read Perry McCarthy’s book Flat Out, Flat Broke will know that he’s got a knack for telling a story – and he’s got a lot of them. Perry’s season with Andrea Moda is obviously a huge talking point but he also regaled the team with tales of sponsorship hunting, a rivalry with a certain hulking Brazilian driver and how he nearly became ‘The Gimp’. His opinions on modern F1 are also well worth a listen. Let us know what you think in the comments section. If you would like to... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Credit Suisse Monaco ForumHenry Hope-Frost hosts the Credit Suisse Drivers’ Forum over the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco weekend. His panelists include Stirling Moss, Jochen Mass, Derek Bell and current factory Porsche driver Romain Dumas. Being hosted in Monaco, the topic of conversation centres around the famous track in the Principality, but the four also talk about great tracks in general, safety (or lack thereof) and even entertain a question from Motor Sport‘s editor Damien... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Podcast with Wallace and WeaverYou never quite know where the conversation will go with these podcasts, but it’s safe to say that no one could have predicted the topics in this one. Andy Wallace and James Weaver were on typically good form and, amongst the tales of Formula Ford and Le Mans, we cover private jets with gold taps and Jonathan Palmer’s dodgy painkillers. As always, let us know what you think. If you would like to subscribe to the Motor Sport podcasts then visit our

Podcast with Emanuele PirroAn hour with Emanuele Pirro was always going to be lively and the five-time Le Mans winner didn’t disappoint. As well as inventing subscription offers, he talked about celebrating Goodwood and Le Mans wins, his F1 career, Tazio Nuvolari and what he learned from Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost when he was testing at McLaren. As always, let us know what you think. Recent Motor Sport podcasts

2014 F1 season preview podcastOnce the dust had settled on the pre-season Formula 1 tests in Bahrain and Jerez it was time for Motor Sport’s podcast team to gather and preview the 2014 season. On the panel were editor-in-chief Nigel Roebuck, features editor Simon Arron, senior contributing writer Rob Widdows and new Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes. Who’s quick and who’s not, what might happen between Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen and where does Red Bull go from here – it’s all in there. As always, let us know your thoughts on anything... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Podcast with Gordon MurrayWe’ve been trying to pin Gordon Murray down for almost six months, but we’re glad we hung in there as it was a fascinating hour. An hour which was then followed by another 60 minutes chatting when the microphones were switched off. We must apologise now for the sound quality. A glitch in the system meant that this one is below par compared to the normal high standard. We’re sorry and we’ll be back to normal next month! To... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Audio podcast with John McGuinnessA few hours before the 2014 Motor Sport Magazine Hall of Fame we managed to tie 20-time Isle of Man TT winner John McGuinness down for a chat. It was a fascinating hour spent talking about the TT, Michael Schumacher’s talent on a motorbike, what the future holds for John and what it takes to win 20 times on the Isle of Man. A podcast not to be missed. John McGuinness is inducted into the Motor... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Audio podcast with Frank WilliamsThe podcast team travelled up to Williams’ Grove base for the last recording of the year and chatted to the great Frank Williams. He was on fine form and talked about Nigel Mansell, his favourite Williams cars, Adrian Newey and a man who refused to go to sleep unless he was wearing pyjamas… Frank Williams in his office at Williams HQ Thank you for listening to the podcasts this year – we’ve been extremely lucky to have sat down with

Gary Anderson has been a jewel in the BBC's F1 crown with his understanding, knowledge and experience of the sport's technical issues. He was the perfect guest for our 2013 Formula 1 season review and, armed with countless graphs, tables and data sheets, helped us work through just who the big winners and losers were. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

We've been doing these podcasts for four years now and, with one a month (and sometimes more), that adds up to over 50 hours of content. In those four years we've been lucky enough to interview seven Formula 1 world champions, drivers who share 38 Le Mans wins, a 20-time Isle of Man TT winner, four F1 commentators, two team principals, a CART champion and a four-time IndyCar champion. However, in all that time we haven't had 'the racing dentist', Tony Brooks. We've been all the poorer for it – as you will realise, if you didn't already, when you listen to this hour we recorded recently. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Three-time Le Mans winner Allan McNish was in the office on Tuesday in order to be the guest editor for the January 2014 edition of the magazine. Despite relishing his new role and trying to send us all home early, we did manage to record a podcast with him before everyone took his advice and vacated the building. What followed was an hour's insight into Le Mans, Allan's future, Porsche's return to top-line sports car racing and what Toyota's F1 effort was like as a driver. Oh, and he even managed to get Simon Arron to make a mistake with a date... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

From what we hear from you readers our BBQ at the Hurlingham Club on September 18 went down very well, with classic cars on show, a silent auction and the guest of honour on good form. Sir Stirling talks plenty about his career, including his time with Denis Jenkinson on the Mille Miglia, so if you've ever wondered how they sorted out their bathroom breaks during the race, have a listen. If you'd never wondered about that, don't worry, there's a lot more besides. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

"We deployed the parachute at 600mph and immediately you had 6g deceleration," Thrust2 driver Richard Noble tells us. "The weird thing about this extreme deceleration is that it upsets your inner ears, which give you your balance. You are absolutely convinced that you are driving vertically downwards into the centre of the earth. It's an extraordinary experience, but soon the g comes off and you're down to 400mph. By then it's a bit boring really." This was 30 years ago, but Noble is once again in the middle of another World Land Speed Record attempt with the BloodhoundSSC. LSRs are a world apart from any other motor sport project. However, whether you're a fan or not, you don't want to miss this podcast we did with BloodhoundSSC's project director. The numbers are baffling, the 1000mph target almost unbelievable. We could only scratch the surface in an hour, but if you want to find out more visit www.bloodhoundssc.com. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

You never quite know who's going to turn up to these podcasts at Goodwood – we camp ourselves out in the drivers' club and hope that some of the famous names at the Festival of Speed will want to come and have a chat before or after their lunch. This year didn't disappoint as Anthony Reid, Henri Pescarolo, Nelson Piquet, Emerson Fittipaldi, John McGuinness, Stuart Graham, Danny Sullivan and Vic Elford all gave us some of their time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On June 17 Motor Sport teamed up with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Formula Student programme to host an event featuring three of F1's top engineers. Ed Foster was on hand to question former Lotus technical director James Allison, Mercedes engineering director Andy Cowell and Gordon Day of Williams Hybrid Power. If you want to know more about 2014's new engine formula and the sport's future increased efficiency there's no better place to start. The crowd of young engineers had plenty to ask as well. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

David Coulthard: "Have you never been wrong?" Another driver: "No, never." DC: "Oh, come on, even at home with your wife?" AD: "Nope, not that I can think of." You'll have to listen to the podcast to find out who Coulthard couldn't get to admit that he had ever been wrong, but we're sure some of you already have a good idea who it might be... The hour recording with the 13-time Grand Prix winner was one of the best yet – we hope you enjoy it and, as always, let us know what you think. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Ex-Formula 1 driver, 1990 Le Mans 24 Hours winner and F1 commentator Martin Brundle was fresh from a McLaren F1 seat fitting for a future Sky feature when he came to see us for a podcast in the Motor Sport offices. He never stands still, but that's partly why his opinions on motor racing are still so on point. Racing against Senna, Schumacher, the current Pirelli tyres, safety in F1... it's all discussed. We apologise now for the lack of Rob Widdows – he was away at the Nürburgring 24 Hours so Ed Foster is in the hot seat. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

Our new website columnist Lee McKenzie came into the office yesterday to record her first Motor Sport podcast. First up was the aftermath of the Malaysian Grand Prix, but we also get Lee's thoughts on Finnish drivers, her favourite circuits and what it's like interviewing Vettel and Webber after a disobeyed 'Multi 21' team order... Oh, and Nigel Roebuck talks about the joys of a fight after a NASCAR race. To read Lee's thoughts on the first two Grands Prix of 2013, click here. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This month, the team – with a slight change of line-up – sat down for a chat with Pat Symonds. Pat's returning to the F1 pitlane with Marussia this year, a place he hasn't seen since 2009. After the pre-season tests, he was primed to give his opinion on which teams could impress at the start of the season... and which may not. He also talks about 2014's regulation shake-up and the differences between working in the modern age and his early days with Toleman. Joining Rob and Nigel for the first time is Motor Sport veteran Simon Arron. Or, as Rob calls him, 'The Encyclopaedia'. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This month the team sat down with Richard Attwood, winner of the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1970. Regular listeners will know how entertaining Richard can be after Ed's evening with him and David Piper. Nigel also commented afterwards that he has rarely known a racing driver with such incredible recall. For fans of the Porsche 917, Richard's experiences of the car's difficult early days and his Le Mans win with Hans Herrmann will be particularly interesting. The historians among you should enjoy this one For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On December 5, Motor Sport hosted a special readers' evening with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE. Joining the three-time champion at the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone were Nigel Roebuck and Damien Smith, as well as former Tyrrell and McLaren man Jo Ramirez. After dinner, the four sat down for a question and answer session which you can hear below. Sir Jackie shared his thoughts on some of his contemporaries plus a few more modern drivers, and gave an insight into his trademark smooth driving style. We also used the night to launch our annual Hall of Fame event along with our auction for the Grand Prix Mechanics Charitable Trust. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This month, to coincide with Jody Scheckter's guest editor special, the team sat down with him to discuss the 2012 Formula 1 season. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On November 8 Dick Lovett hosted a special Ferrari evening in its new showroom just outside Swindon. We say showroom, but really it's a Ferrari mecca. As well as Peter Lovett talking to the crowd about how the dealership started, I sat down with David Piper and Richard Attwood to talk about their careers racing Ferrari sports cars. It's not the full recording, but it will give you a flavour of the evening. As always, Richard and David's stories enlightened us on an era very different from today's. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

On October 2 we hosted a special readers' evening with John Surtees. After a three-course dinner editor-in-chief Nigel Roebuck and editor Damien Smith sat down with the 1964 Formula 1 World Champion to talk about his career on 'bikes and cars. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

This month we sit down with Tiff Needell – the star of Fifth Gear and Top Gear. He made it, briefly, to Formula 1, but his success came afterwards in sports cars and tin-tops. What you'll all be pleased to hear is that he's a proper old school racer who laments the loss of cross-ply tyres and the old circuits. You won't be surprised to hear that he got on rather well with the rest of the podcast team. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy