Inside the April issue of Short Circuit Magazine features an interview with George Polley by Paul Huggett who has plenty to say on the sport, 21 years after he first interviewed him. Plenty of colourful quotes in this story.
We look at the 6th International Short Circuit and Rallycross show, which will move in 1999 to the NEC, running alongside the Autosport International show. In the Columns section, Pete Tucker remembers Tanya Crouch, the first lady of Stock Car Racing, whilst John Hyam takes a critical look at the development of 64 years for Midgets in the UK.
Our extensive look at the Daytona 500, plus all the other races during Speedweek 1998 – is the most comprehensive yet. We also follow Ken Schrader around, meeting up with him at the Copper World Classic at Phoenix (he won) – but then it all went horribly wrong at Daytona – ending up racing with a broken sternum during the big race and in considerable pain.
Other features include Hednesford Practice day that threw up a surprise or two and a two-car attack on the BriSCA F2 season for Daniel Rutterford.
With over 150 separate news, reports and features – it is another issue not to be missed – for details of how to obtain a copy see how to subscribe in the contents.