Issue #14 of Motor Racing UK is available to pre-order now.

As with previous issues 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 spoke with BTCC aces Josh Cook and Jade Edwards. The pairing shared a Fiesta ST 180 in the BRSCC Fiesta Championship and Clubsport Trophy and had plenty of positives about the car – as well as talking about their 2020 seasons and plans for 2021.

Photo: Palmer

Bad Obsession Motorsport have become known for their Project Binky videos on YouTube, the duo released a new series in 2020 – Bargain Racement. Richard Brunning tells us about racing the CityCar Cup C1 they built, and gives our editor Mick the chance to indulge in some Guns N Roses puns.

Photo: Palmer

It was a successful year for our resident racer Sam Mckee in 2020. A fuller season beckons this year with plenty of hope for a title tilt. His last race of the season at Brands Hatch with Rob Dowsett was a stormer, the full weekend is reviewed here – and you’ll see why he has such high hopes for the year ahead.

Photo: Alexey Wood/Thundersport Racing

The Clubmans Register has run for over half-a-century and for 2020 the series made a switch to MSVR. Pete Richings and Mike Evans tell us about the championship – and why, even after all of these years – it is still the best kept secret in British motorsport.

Photo: Palmer

Britcar launched the new Trophy class last season. Inaugural champion Olly Taylor has moved through the ranks from the NSSCC and claimed the crown first time out. Steve Wood finds out what it took to get there.

Photo: Steve Jackman

From a shed to a Grand Prix win with World Champion Jackie Stewart in less than a year. The March 701 was initially viewed by the establishment as being an overambitious white elephant – until it hit the track.

Photo: Evers

Former Clio racer Brett Lidsey stepped up to endurance racing at the Nurburgring in 2020. In a year of Covid restrictions he managed to get across to Germany and bag some class podiums, Joe King looks back at his year.

Photo: Veir 1 Communications

On top of all of that we take a quick look at how the BTCC, British F3 and British GT seasons ended.

Motor Racing UK Issue 14 is released on January 18th 2021.

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