The key aspect of motorsport that could also kill it

The key aspect of motorsport that could also kill it

As technology continues to rapidly evolve, motorsport needs to evaluate its place in the changing tech-led world. James Allen discusses some of the developments racing should be watching closely

Drone battles, flying cars and autonomous vehicles; are these the future of motorsport?

Regular readers will know that I spend a lot of time thinking about the future of our sport and the industry around it. I've always cared passionately about motor racing and thrill to the primitive rumble of a 1970s V8-powered CanAm car.

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