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Autosport 23/05/19

The UK’s ‘must-read’ motorsport magazine AUTOSPORT is revered by fans and industry personnel alike as the ultimate source of motorsport news and analysis. The magazine’s expert editorial covers all aspects of the sport, from major international series such as Formula 1, Sports Car racing and the World Rally Championship, to the less glamorous but hugely important grassroots events in UK club motorsport

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United Kingdom
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Autosport Media UK Ltd
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what next for alonso’s indy 500 dream?

Fernando Alonso’s quest to win the triple crown – the Le Mans 24 Hours, Indianapolis 500 and Monaco Grand Prix (or Formula 1 world title if you prefer) – has been one of motorsport’s most engaging stories over the past couple of years. The latest chapter should have continued this weekend, but McLaren’s shock failure to qualify for Indy means the Spaniard will have to wait at least another year before taking a second crack at the final part of his adventure. As David Malsher explains on page 14, there are a number of reasons why McLaren failed to give Alonso the car he needed to even make it onto the 33-car grid. But what happens next? There seem to be two sensible options. The first is that McLaren commits to a…

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niki lauda 1949-2019

OBITUARY Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda died on Monday at the age of 70, nine months after he had been given a lung transplant. The Austrian, who raced in Formula 1 from 1971-79 and 1982-85 for March, BRM, Ferrari, Brabham and McLaren, started 171 world championship grands prix and claimed the title in 1975, 1977 and 1984. He later went on to team roles with Ferrari, Jaguar and, most recently, Mercedes, as well as enjoying a successful career as an entrepreneur that included running three airlines – Lauda Air, Niki and LaudaMotion. Lauda was the grandson of a wealthy Viennese businessman, Hans Lauda, and his early racing career was barely tolerated by his family. After starting out in a Mini Cooper S, he then raced in Formula Vee before emerging as…

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tributes

MERCEDES-AMG F1 ❤ Niki, 1949 - 2019 FERRARI Today is a sad day for F1. The great Ferrari family learns with deep sadness the news of the death of our friend Niki Lauda, three times world champion, two with the Scuderia (1975-1977). You will remain forever in our hearts and in those of the fans. #CiaoNiki McLAREN All at McLaren are deeply saddened to learn that our friend, colleague and 1984 Formula 1 World Champion, Niki Lauda, has passed away. Niki will forever be in our hearts and enshrined in our history. NICO ROSBERG 2016 F1 World Champion Dear Niki. Thank you for everything that you did for me. I learned so much from you. Your passion, your fighting spirit, to never give up, your belief that you always meet twice in life, and even your patience with…

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pagenaud claims indy 500 pole

INDIANAPOLIS 500 Simon Pagenaud became the first Frenchman to win the Indianapolis 500 pole since Rene Thomas precisely 100 years ago in last Sunday’s shootout at the Speedway. In a Fast Nine session delayed by rain, the 2016 IndyCar champion nailed three laps just above 230mph and one in the 229.7s to set an average of 229.992mph with a consistency that no one could match. It was sad for Pagenaud that one of his greatest days, just a week after his excellent victory in the IndyCar GP on the road course, seemed almost anti-climactic after the sensation of Last Row qualifying, in which McLaren Racing’s Fernando Alonso (see p14) and Carlin drivers Max Chilton and Patricio O’Ward were bumped from the field. Still, team owner Roger Penske compared Pagenaud’s (above) supreme lap consistency with…

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categories selected for aston martin autosport brdc award

ASTON MARTIN AUTOSPORT BRDC YOUNG DRIVER OF THE YEAR AWARD The eligible racing categories for the 2019 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been decided. Aston Martin joined the long-running Award, aimed at finding and helping young British drivers, earlier this year. The prize fund is £200,000 and the eligible categories were confirmed in a meeting last week. In keeping with the history of the Award, which began in 1989 when David Coulthard was the winner, British drivers in junior single-seaters whose main 2019 campaign is below FIA Formula 3 will be considered for a spot in the final-four shootout in October. That includes all FIA F4 series, Regional F3, BRDC F3 (above), Euroformula Open, Japanese F3 and sub-Indy Lights series in the United States such as Indy…

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markelov back to bid for third monaco win

FORMULA 2 Super Formula newcomer Artem Markelov says he had been considering a Monte Carlo return to Formula 2 for some time before completing a one-off deal to join MP Motorsport for this weekend’s event. Markelov, a nine-time winner in GP2/F2 in his five seasons in the category with Russian Time, is standing in for Jordan King, who is competing in the Indy 500. Two-time GP2/F2 Monaco victor Markelov said: “I really like it, I really enjoy it, I was thinking about this for all of the year. I told my girlfriend and my family that I would miss the Monaco race. But MP was writing to us and inviting us for the race – that was an amazing feeling. “Hopefully I will be able to perform for the team to maybe get P1…

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