The October issue’s main feature is ‘Go racing in the new millennium with our guide to low-cost racing for the novice’. Paul Huggett tells you why starting racing in an entry level makes so much sense, racing for the juniors, and moving up to senior classes. Also included are guides on the choices of formulas, and how to buy a second-hand race car rather than building your own, hiring, and the plus and minus points of our top entry level formulas on all surfaces from tarmac to grass.
There is a photo feature on one of the quickest twin engined specials in the Autograss World, the one of Dean Forwards.
We report on the hard hitting Saloon Stock Car World Championship action from Smeatharpe. Paul Huggett also catches up with the Polley family and finds out what they have planned for the future.
Direct from our reporter in the USA, a brief look at NASCAR’s latest hot shot – Tony Stewart, and a report on the Knoxville Nationals, perhaps the biggest deal in the World Of Outlaw Sprint Cars.
SEGTO Championships round 4 and 5 are covered as is round 4 of the British Autograss Series
The National Hot Rods have their Race Action Update including a picture of the bad crash with Wayne King and Greg Woods.
The Scenes from the past features some rather different shots including some Radio 1 D.J’s, a picture the Firs Stadium in Norwich before it was demolished, and an old Superstox picture from the mid 1960’s at Great Yarmouth. The issue also includes many more news items and reports including all the BriSCA semi-finals.