Motor Racing UK Issue 24 is available to order now!
In our upcoming issue:
Our big cover feature focusses on Van Amersfoort FIA Formula Three racer Reece Ushijima. From karting to an outstanding FFord debut at Anglesey, and two years in British F3 (alongside MRF and F3 Asia,) we find out why single seat racing in the UK is still relevant to those aiming for F1.
Lotus have unveiled the Emira GT4, but can it really be considered a serious threat to established machines in the division?
The BTCC season is underway, we look back at the first couple of rounds in the all new hybrid era, the early impressions the new tech has given us, and how it will affect the title battle.
The Miami Grand Prix was a divisive event that once again has eyes looking at the UK, and whether Silverstone can keep up with the way forward that Liberty has planned for the category. In the first instalment of a two part piece we look at two seasons where the country hosted two Grands Prix. First off, 1985, when Keke Rosberg set a speed record and Nigel Mansell finally took his first win.
We find out how the start of the Mini Challenge series has worked out for columnist Max Coates.
Club Racing UK guru Rob Lewis visits Graves Motorsport and witnesses a team that successfully plants its feet in both the club and national arenas.
A win in the final round of the WTCR series in 2021 didn’t seem enough to keep Rob Huff in the championship. He explains why a return to the championship with Zengo and the Cupra Leon should work out better this year.
We also take a look at the fantastic new book by Larry Carter that delves deep into the history of motoring competition in the North East.
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