Whereas many stay up for this weekend’s Las Vegas Grand Prix, we thought we’d reap the benefits of a relative lull in motorsport to show the highlight on the height of ‘gizmos’ in F1.
The automobiles of the 1993 season bristled with revolutionary expertise and this week’s particular covers among the primary tales. Williams, Alain Prost and Damon Hill led the best way with the FW15C, McLaren and Ayrton Senna supplied the primary opposition with a automobile higher than many keep in mind, Benetton confirmed hints of its latent potential with Michael Schumacher and Ferrari… nicely, Ferrari struggled a lot that it made modifications that finally led to one of the crucial dominant intervals within the championship’s historical past.
In addition to listening to from among the key F1 gamers, we additionally cowl the opposite primary motorsport tales of the time, together with Nigel Mansell’s Indycar invasion, the delivery of a brand new golden interval in GT racing, the rise of British Touring Automobiles and the burgeoning World Rally Championship, the place Colin McRae began to make his presence felt.
We haven’t forgotten in regards to the two massive occasions developing. Matt Kew takes a have a look at whether or not the Las Vegas GP can actually reside as much as all of the hype, whereas Jamie Klein finds out why so many single-seater and GT stars are heading to the Macau GP.
There’s loads of Nationwide information at the moment of 12 months, led this week by the announcement of the winner of the distinguished Porsche GB Junior shootout. Stefan Mackley additionally explains how the extremely aggressive GT3 and GT4 championships had been received in British GT and picks out the highest 5 drivers in every class.
It’s additionally time for our newest Engineering particular. IMSA champion Alexander Sims tries an all-electric tin-top, we have a look at the 2026 F1 engine laws, and a Lotus racer breaks cowl after greater than 50 years within the newest version of our free complement.
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