Racing finally returned to the headlines this weekend when Formula E headed to Morocco on the Marrakesh Express. Yes, electric racing was back with a vengeance for its only stop on the African continent. And while it was all Sébastien Buemi in practice and qualifying as he set the pace for the Renault e.dams outfit, he could not quite manage to finish the job in the race, losing out to a badly programmed car... Read Chris Soulsby's take the race weekend inside this week's magazine.
Then it was all happening in Birmingham when Yorkshire based Ginetta launched their new LMP1 challenger at the annual Autosport International Racing Show held in the vast NEC complex. Read Daniel Lloyd's report on the launch and his verdict of where or not the little manufacturer and their customer Manor Racing team can win this year's Le Mans or not. Plus we also have a full report on the ASI show too.
Down in South America it's getting to the business part of this year's Dakar Rally and Jerry Williams brings us a halfway report on what is being described as the toughest and hardest route yet for this gruelling event. With Carlos Sainz (senior, that is) leading the event, what's happened to the more fancied drivers like Loeb, Peterhansel, de Villiers and Al-Attiyah? Well you will have to read Jezza's report to find out what happened...
Plus Amanda Vincent has all the changes in the driver and car line-ups for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series. Some of them are just unbelievable..!