Posted on April 30, 2011

Denis Jenkinson, the great motorsport journalist and a mentor in my early career, used to say, “The greatest driver in the world is a woodsman who livies in Siberia. The problem is, he’ll never find out and neither will we.” DSJ’s point was that with motorsport being such a difficult sport to progress in, demanding of money and rare in opportunity, many people with great talent will never get to shine, while well funded youths of lesser talent have F1 careers. Over recent years we have seen drivers coming from more diverse countries and the better organised new circuits like More…

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