Issue #20 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 alternative BTCC review – Mick and Rob wanted to do a roundtable, but it ended up as a Zoom chat as they discussed the BTCC season and who did what, where and when.
The best route into the BTCC? We compare the pace and elbow room of The Mini Challenge and the newly rebranded TCR UK series. Each have their merits.
Britcar is growing. Their Endurance category is morphing into the British Endurance Championship, with two hour races instead of one hour races becoming the norm. Add in the continued growth of the Trophy class and the running of the new Praga series and their future looks good. Oh, and there is ambition to bring back the Britcar 24 hours.
Continuation models, are they historic? With the imminent arrival of three ‘new’ Sierra Cosworth RS500 Touring Cars and the BRM P15 F1 project we wonder if its right that they’re eligible to run alongside period cars.
Jamie Chadwick is now a two time W Series champions, and with a litany of success on her CV, where should she go next?
It’s almost 20 years since the CSCC started running its own races. For 2022 the club is expecting to continue to be a popular destination for cars of all ages, and for that big celebration a magnificent Stateside celebration double header is planned.
The most revered GT cars in history – the GT1 class of the FIA series that launched in 1997 – hit Donington Park towards the end of that season. We look back at a race that was held in the centre of a year of political animosity and wonder why at the time nobody really bothered with it.
The Fiesta Junior series was at a low ebb a couple of seasons ago. Only four cars turned up for one race. Instead of binning it the BRSCC became proactive and rebuilt it. In conjunction with BTCC racer Josh Cook they’re about to launch a new generation Fiesta into the series.
Motor Racing UK Issue 20 is released on November 26th 2021.
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