There is little doubt the start of the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship has proved a stern test for Audi Sport Team Joest racer Oliver Jarvis. Yet as Jarvis approaches the 83rd 24 Heures du Mans, the Englishman reveals that rather than be disheartened with early season form, he is excited for the challenge ahead. Recently, TheMotorsportArchive.com caught up with Jarvis to hear his thoughts on Le Mans, teammates and finding his path.
Despite a tough opening portion of the season, New Zealand’s Mitch Evans claims some good prizes are still possible, but also that the title may be beyond him.
At first, it was strange to see the name "Roberto Merhi" on the entry list for Formula Renault 3.5 pre-season test.
In an exclusive interview, three-time Grand Prix victor and Sky Sports F1 analyst Johnny Herbert believes the factory Mercedes Formula One team hold the strongest hand going into this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
If one listens closely, you can almost hear David Brabham relax. Almost. The son of the three-time World Champion Jack Brabham – a great in the annals of motorsport – Brabham emerged from the shadow of his father’s legacy to build a successful career of his own.
Last week, despite the late autumn heat, Felix Rosenqvist appeared to be the coolest man in Zandvoort. With only two rounds of Formula 3’s primary series still remaining, the Swede is laying pressure on rival Raffaele Marciello for the title, but what is his mindset as the series goes to Vallelunga?
Carlin Motorsport racer Nick Yelloly is confident his sidestep to the GP3 Series in 2013 will bear fruit in his push to reach Formula One.
A millennia old city situated in the south west region of the UK, Bristol is hardly known for producing top-level motorsport talent. Indeed the city has never had one of its own grace Formula One – 20-year-old Dino Zamparelli is aiming to change all that.
For most drivers, getting a relatively last minute one-off drive for a series as competitive as the European F3 Championship might be daunting; however 18-year-old Dubai racer Ed Jones sees it all as a learning experience.
Former Formula 1 Grand Prix driver Martin Brundle has spoken out about the rising cost of competing in today’s single-seater ladder system.
Former British Formula 3 race winner Jazeman Jaafar is set to get his first taste of Formula One machinery this weekend.
Former Williams ace and Sky Sports F1 analyst Damon Hill has warned that financial uncertainties may even be putting pressure on some of Formula One’s bigger players.
Today’s Brazilian Grand Prix will mark an emotional moment in the hearts of many Formula One fans as Michael Schumacher hangs up his helmet for the final time.
Toyota WEC lead driver, Anthony Davidson, may be back in the car in January following a back injury obtained at this year’s at the 24 Hour race of Le Mans.
Despite the difficulties faced by both Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button in Formula 1, this year has proved to be relatively productive one for Brits in motorsport. Enter stage left Pembury born racer Adrian Quaife-Hobbs.
Despite all the benefits, there are certain drawbacks to being a Red Bull-backed young driver. Carlos Sainz Jr is the latest to walk the Red Bull tightrope.
Former Formula 1 racer Gerhard Berger believes the FIA are closing in on a strategy to decide the future of Formula 3.
Viewed often as the more quietened, contemplative souls of motorsport, those competing in endurance racing tend to go about their business with a subtle resolve. Harold Primat is an example of the "classic endurance racer".
Audi were out in force at Spa-Francorchamps last weekend, so it is no surprise that at least one of the Pro Cup entries picked up the overall win at the end of twenty-four hours. Before the race, I caught up with Audi racer Andre Lotterer to gather his thoughts about the event, night racing and of Spa itself.
When one thinks of nations with winding history of motorsport, Switzerland is rarely the first that comes to mind - Patric Niederhauser is hoping to correct that.