Main feature in the June issue of Short Circuit Magazine is assistant editors Paul Huggett history of Saloon Stock Cars. Accompanied with plenty of good old pictures from the ‘glory days’, this will be quite an epic feature on a formula that we are often accused of paying not enough attention to.
We look back at the F1’s at the National Exhibition Centre, and contributed a major part of the excitement in the indoor action. A lot of new fans were created at that show, and the first Coventry F1 meeting (also covered) saw a massive turnout of cars, and a similar turnout of spectators, both old and new!
Jerry Fisher, our roving reporter cannot resist a track he has never been to – journeyed to Cornwall to feature Westworld Raceway near St Columb Major – a 600 mile round trip.
Christopher Lettis features a Toyota Starlet Hot Rod with a difference. It has been rebuilt with a turbocharged V6 Granada engine, a new semi-spaceframe, and plenty of cups of tea! they set off when the car was finished to compete on the C.A.M.S.O Warton Raceway track in Belgium
Don Radbruch looks back at the career of Gus Schrader, number 5 who was known as ‘The King of the Dirt Tracks’ in the 1930’s. , Plus news and reports from most of the meetings in April from Europe’s ovals and highlights from around the world, including NASCAR’s Winston Cup Series.