MOTOR RACING UK ISSUE #11 – AVAILABLE NOW!

Issue #11 of Motor Racing UK is available to pre-order now.

As with issue #10 we’d advise you to order now to avoid disappointment. Due to our absence at circuits for the time being we are only able to send by post and as such will be ordering a slightly smaller print run than usual.

In our latest issue we have a long chat with JHR Developments racer Max Marzorati who is making the step up to Formula Three for 2020. We also look at the rest of the F3 field to try and figure out who will tale the title.

Alongside the F3 analysis we also delve into the much reduced British GT field to consider if Phil Keen will finally get that title in a season where entry levels have already been hit hard with Covid related withdrawals.

In the last issue Sam McKee got out on track to test a Ma7da machine at Donington Park. After months of waiting he finally got to race it at Snetterton, and boy what a raceday it turned out to be.

We take a look at a couple of karting stories with North East racer Dan Ghazal who started the year off in Senior Rotax racing at Warden Law. We also look at that track which is going through a revolution.

On a broader international level Rob Andrews eats humble pie. He predicted that of the F2 school of 2018 that Norris wouldn’t make F1, but he’s the first to score a podium. In the DTM, which appears to be on its last legs we look at the British success there across the years and wonder what will be next for the Brits in the series.

Buy the print edition of Motor Racing UK Issue 11 (52 pages – A5) for £3.80 – including p&p (UK only) here: https://www.fatfreecartpro.com/i/zu68

Digital PDF edition Issue 11 for £1 here: https://www.fatfreecartpro.com/i/zvcs

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