In Issue 9 our big interview is with BTCC star Jake Hill who talks about his 2019 season and the prospects with his new team – Mark Blundell Motorsport – in the upcoming campaign.
We say farewell to Blundell as a driver as he prepares for his new Sporting Director role at the team that carries his name.
Our resident racer Sam McKee looks at the passion that drives racers on to the track.
If you’ve never attended a club meeting before (or even if you have) we point out five championships that really are worth going to see for your live racing fix.
Joseph King bemoans the worst race meeting he attended last year and continues his personal crusade to get people through the gates for clubbies.
Mick Palmer considers the impact that composite 3D printing could have on the British motor racing manufacturing industry.
We speak to Paul Rose about what is under the skin of a Fun Cup car and why, after almost two decades, the championship is still growing.
We reflect on the year since Motor Racing UK launched and we have 20 questions with Club Racing UK member Callum McDougall.
The compact 52 page A5 print version of the magazine costs £3.50 and includes p&p, the pdf version costs £2.00.