What is in the March 2015 Issue of Motor Sport?
• Lunch with… Jan Lammers – Dutch Grand Prix driver whose unsuccessful F1 career came in two parts – and separated by a full 10 years. Lammers is best known as one of the finest sports car drivers of the Group C era during the 1980s. His biggest victory was leading Jaguar to Le Mans glory in 1988, the marque’s first win at the race since 1957
• Mark Hughes on Formula 1, how we got here – Formula 1 has backed itself into a corner, politically and financially. It’s easy to blame it on increasingly expensive technology, but as Mark argues, that’s never been the cause of the problems…
• In the Spotlight: Stoffel Vandoorne – Probably this year’s GP2 title favourite and a young man waiting in the wings at McLaren
• Basil Davenport & his cars - Oddball track test of the monstrous specials built and raced by Basil Davenport in the 1920s and ’30s. Simon had a blast up Shelsley Walsh, the historic venue where the contraptions enjoyed some of their finest moments.