Oh the weather outside was frightful, but the content on the internet was so delightful... The final month of 2018 was one jam-packed with videos and opinion from the team here at GRR towers. Here's a selection of our favourites from the last month.
Our resident MotoGP expert, Michael Scott, brought us some insight into the incredible world of now five-time MotoGP champ Marc Marquez. In it you'll explore how the Spaniard uses practice spills to find the perfect limits to both bike and circuit so he can dominate on race day.
In the same month that we said goodbye to our little orange hero, we brought you a video explaining just why we absolutely adored it. Digital Content Editor Ben Miles took the 310 S out for one final ride through the Sussex countryside.
The 77th Members' Meeting is just over three months away, so news of the event is beginning to come thick and fast. After we told you in November that 77MM would see a sonorous demo of M1 Procars, this month we added the final two high-speed demo pieces to our motorsport jigsaw. You can find out all about the LMP demo here, and NASCAR here.
Nathalie McGloin is paralised from the chest down. But she does not let that stop her from racing. We were fortunate enough to join her as she chased her first victory in her specally-modified Porsche Cayman at Silverstone.
The second film in our new series of GRRC Original documentaries exclusively for all our GRRC Member and members of the GRRC Fellowship. Take a trip down memory lane for an in-depth look at the astonishing Sussex Trophy from the very first Revival back in 1998. It features all of the main protagonists in this quite extraordinary story.
Once upon a time racing drivers lived exciting lives, they raced all summer, drank champagne mid-battle and jumped into any racing car offered to them. These days a driver's winter is made up of training camps, training camps and a few more training camps, but once they used to find any excuse to get back in a car...
It takes some stones to race round Spa. It takes some slightly larger ones to race round Spa in a historic racing car. It takes unimaginable bravary to do it in the wet and complete and utter lunacy to continue to race in the wet even when your screen has fogged up... and cracked. Jim Pace is the man for the job. He must be certifiable, but he's clearly not prepared to let such minor issues stop him racing.
Pfft, Formula Junior cars eh? Just slow little single seaters right? Not worth watching? Wrong. It turns out if you stick a proper visor-cam (not one of those GoPro on the outside of the helmet jobs) into a Le Mans class-winner's helmet as he hurls one round Goodwood in qualifying you find out that Formula Junior cars are... really damned fast.