Psychology in Motor Racing and the Need for a Mental Toolkit

The global focus and expansion of motorsport and the pressures that it brings are leading competitors to talk more about mental health in the sport. And yet, it is still seen as a taboo in many areas. In an excerpt of a conclusion from a study soon to appear in World in Motorsport, Leigh O’Gorman … Continue reading Psychology in Motor Racing and the Need for a Mental Toolkit

“F1: The More You Do, The More You Understand, The More You See – Romain Grosjean”

Throughout his career, Romain Grosjean has proved an enigmatic racer, whose profile has been dominated incidents intertwined with undoubted speed. Recently World in Motorsport spoke to the Haas driver about the moments that have defined his career and how mind management has allowed him to keep his feet on the ground. It has not been … Continue reading “F1: The More You Do, The More You Understand, The More You See – Romain Grosjean”

“F1: It Was Clear for Me to Change My Life – Gerhard Berger”

Hockenheim II: DTM Hockenheim II 2018 on October, 12, 2018, (Photo by Hoch Zwei)Pressekonferenz: Gerhard Berger, Vorsitzender ITR e.V., Gerhard Berger may be fondly remembered as one of the jokers of Formula One’s past, but with ten victories over the course of fourteen seasons, he is also one of the most highly respected drivers of … Continue reading “F1: It Was Clear for Me to Change My Life – Gerhard Berger”

“WRC: ‘It’s almost at the point where we say ‘bin the season’’ – Colin Clark”

One of the WRC’s leading commentator’s, Colin Clark, believes that it may be time for the FIA to cancel the rest of the season in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Speaking to World in Motorsport this week, Clark mused that, while there doesn’t appear to be a specified number of events required to complete … Continue reading “WRC: ‘It’s almost at the point where we say ‘bin the season’’ – Colin Clark”