Issue 31 of Motor Racing UK is just around the corner! Due to slide through letterboxes and drop into inboxes on March 31st, the latest offering is jam packed with Touring Car goodness!
The TCR UK season is upon us, and after a winter of growth now is the time to get prepared for the racing. In our 18 page preview we share all of the info – and opinion – about the new and old cars, all of the circuits – new and returning – and all of the drivers, and what you can expect to see from them all.
One and done. It’s the aim of every driver – to take to the top step of the podium, but is being the winner of only one race at the top level in UK racing a case of ‘better to have loved and lost?’ Rob Andrews lists 10 of his favourite drivers to have only one win to their name.
The BTCC supporting Formula 4 series is heading into its second year since a reboot, we ask if that first season did the job it was designed for – to bring back the glory days of British F3?
If you think the current governance of F1 is farcical, jump back to 1986 when the outstanding machines of the ETCC came to Britain twice. In a year when disqualifications and accusations of cheating marred almost every round, where the FIA threatened to ban teams for life, the title was decided a month after the season ended – when an official realised that drivers were meant to drop five, not four scores.
The all new Motorsport UK sanctioned clubmans license was finally put to use for the inaugural round of the Warden Law Kart Club Championship. We report from what is looking to be a seas change at the grassroots of the sport.
NAPA and Cataclean get full marks from us this month. Sponsorships and partnerships demand more than a few stickers on the side of a car in 2023, and these two are examples of how more companies should be getting their names out and about.
As usual we have our Touring Car poster, and a wrap up from the last month in the TOCA paddock
Motor Racing UK Issue 31 can be ordered either in print or digital, as an individual copy or as a subscription.
56 pages, A5 size
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Print edition (UK ONLY – ALL NON-UK SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE REFUNDED)
£30 – for remaining 9 issues of 2023
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