Inside the February/March 98 issue of Short Circuit Magazine features a preview to the International Short Circuit and Rallycross show, where Paul Huggett interviews Geoff Berrisford and Chris Allanson (Z Cars), two successful special’s chassis constructors. Also within the Show guide is a feature on how a budget Dart Midget was constructed.
Features include a Daytona 500 Preview by Dee Hallett, an exclusive interview with Roy and Mark Eaton about their plans for 1998, the new track at Kings Lynn, The changing face of their 2 litre Hot Rods, the V8 Hot Rod and more. Mark Haddleton looks at the Thunder Car Project that had undergone a new lease of life. Mark Haddleton in his column this time discusses how the right image needs to be considered with more TV coverage planned, while Pete Tucker in his Stock Car Scrap book remembers Digger Pugh, one of the sports pioneering promoters at the start of the sport in the UK.
Featured meetings include the Best in Britain by Daniel Ruston and we catch up on The Saloon Stock Car World Championship by Michael Coventry. With nearly another 150-news item and reports it is another busy issue.