Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the loss of a legend, Ayrton Senna, and Sarah Merritt shares the pilgrimage she took to Imola with us.
Great insight into how the changes for F1 2017 have an impact on the pit crews, not just the drivers and cars. There has been A LOT of training over the winter...
Badger’s Sarah Merritt was granted an insightful audience with the three wise editors of F1 Racing Magazine - Anthony Rowlinson, Stuart Codling and James Roberts.
The Le Mans legend shares some of his views on current F1 topics with Badger's Rob Watts, and explains how Toyota got it wrong when they entered F1 back in 2002.
In part two, Louise discusses getting the call from ITV and how her career went in a totally different direction.
Rob Watts spoke to Louise Goodman at Autosport International to discuss her career in motorsport.
It feels a little bit like Lewis Hamilton vs. Mercedes in the championship aftermath, but William Swerve showcases some other times driver-team relationship were less than harmonious.
Jaap Grolleman interviews the team behind sim racing World Champions, Coanda Motorsport.
Graphic designer Tim Holmes' liveries based on 2016 helmet designs look great - here's the whole grid in all their glory.
An update from European F3 driver, Callum Ilott - exclusively for Badger GP.
For nine seasons and nearly 150 Grand Prix, Mikey Collier has been at the side of Jenson Button. Sarah Merritt spent time with him in Singapore to learn his role in the Brit's race weekend and schedule.
In the final part of this feature, Mark Gallagher reflects on the aftermath of Spa '91 and what it might have meant for Jordan Grband Prix had Michael stayed with the team.
The second part of Rob Watts' interview with Mark Gallagher, former Jordan F1 Head of Communications, about Michael Schumacher's debut with the Irish team.
A quarter of a century ago, one driver's mistake opened the door for the beginning of a legend.Jaap Grolleman explains the story of Bertrand Gachot, Michael Schumacher and the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix.
One car that caught our eye at Goodwood was Ayrton Senna's iconic black-and-gold Lotus from 1985.Rob Watts spoke to Clive Chapman, son of legendary Team Lotus founder Colin Chapman, who explained how they keep it running and who gets to drive it.
Williams F1 recently announced that Karun Chandhok, ex-F1 driver and current Channel 4 pit-lane reporter, would be joining as their the official driver for the team’s Heritage division.Rob Watts caught up with Karun to find out which of the Williams heritage cars were trickiest to drive, and which gave him the most satisfaction!
Formula One cars have the lifespan of a single racing season, but thanks to it's Heritage Division, Williams F1 are ensuring there is life in the old dogs yet.
Nelson Piquet Jr could have quit motorsport in it's entirety after Crashgate. Instead he became one of the most versatile drivers in the business.Joe Diamond spoke to the Brazilian ahead of the Formula E finale.