All Part of the Act!
Superstox racer Steve Collison doesn’t have your typical short track racer lifestyle away from the sport.
Top Scottish F2’s
Jim Turner chats to Stephen Kelly who has again moved up to the red grade and is certainly a driver to keep an eye on, plus an interview with Keith Brown who has so far chalked up ten Final wins at the Racewall and is one of the hottest properties in racing over the past couple of months.
Fozzie gets in with a younger set as well as The Ladeez down south in Sussex and tries his hand at commentary too.
It is the Brentwood show 2004, and after a surreal conversation between Matthew Bull and Gary Webb, Matt thinks Gary is under the impression that he has just agreed to race his brand new car at the opening Arena Essex fixture of the season, but no, he wouldn’t do something as silly as that would he, and more to the point, would Matt. Well, they did!!!!
Ian Blackman – Old Skool Stock Car Racer
Ian Blackman lives with his wife, Wendy, sons Nicholas and Michael and daughter Gemma, in a nice part of rural Kent. He used to live in the town that epitomises ‘nice, Tunbridge Wells, but it must have been in a rum old part of that genteel spa, because one of his neighbours was a Banger racer, one Mark Longhurst, aka ‘Uncle Fester’, nicknamed for the crash-happy punters of Arlington Raceway after the sinister shiny-plated sibling of Gomez Addams, undead star of TV and film.
National Championship Weekend
July 31/August 1 saw the 41st running of the National Championships at Hednesford. The weather was fine and the crowd was treated to 40 races from a 240-car entry during the weekend.
The BriSCA F1 and F2 plus the Rebels European Championships were run at Northampton over the weekend of 17th/18th July, with big turnouts of cars in each formulae (72 F1s, 97 F2s and 46 Rebels).