Issue #15 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 our resident racer Sam McKee busts the many myths that surround the idea of going racing. Money? Car builds? Track time? He shows how it is far easier than you’d think to get on track from scratch or if you fancy a bit more than track days.

Formula Ford is on the up again. Mark Manley talks to Motor Racing UK about his involvement as a sponsor with the Champion of Brands series and why the category is still a relevant single seater step on the ladder.

A full review of the Britcar championship season where Danny Harrison and Jem Hepworth took the overall title.

It’s simple really. Cadwell Park, a “Bike Track,” needs far more four wheeled action. Even with the difficulty of SatNav directions Rob Andrews puts forward his case as to why we should see cars there more often.

The Revolution is here. James Bailey tells Mick Palmer all about how the car that Radical “would have built next” is bridging the gap to LMP3 machines, and how the championship ended up with an F1 support slot in its first year.

NGTC is going through a sea change in the BTCC. New cars are arriving and the old guard is on the way out. 2021 will lose the BMW 125 and Honda Civic FK2, cars that have wins and titles aplomb, but what about the VW CC. Mick Palmer argues that the importance of the car is underserved.

British Racing Green is back in F1. Aston Martin are here, but is it really Aston, or is it just a green Jordan?

Motor Racing UK Issue 15 is released on March 8th 2021.

Buy the print edition of Motor Racing UK Issue 15 (56 pages – A5) for £3.80 – including p&p (UK only) here:

PDF for £1 available March 8th

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