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Retire at the top of your game, or keep on going as long as you can? There’s little doubt which of those two routes John Lund has chosen. 57 years old and still a regular at BriSCA Formula 1 meetings, now over halfway through a fourth decade of racing; Lund has a list of achievements that can only be matched by Stuart Smith. Story Scott Reeves.
Looking Back – Kent Cams/Hoosier Tyre NHR World Championship
The Kent Cams/Hoosier Tyres National Hot Rod World Championship began with the traditional Saturday morning practice and Lap Times on July 3rd at Ipswich and the first talking point was the speed of Phil Spinks.
Looking Back – 2011 Ipswich Spedeweekend
Spedeworth’s 50th Anniversary was celebrated in style with two superb days of Motorsport in front of a huge crowd and in perfect weather, a superbly run meeting featuring 355 drivers racing 357 cars in 33 races.
New Young Driver
When at Arena Essex raceway recently we caught up with a new driver – young James Reynolds who, along with Jacob Parsley was supporting Luke Retchless in the Grand Prix Midgets European Championship.
Sponsorship Pays Off!
Sponsorship for motor racers can sometimes make the difference between success and failure, and very often a lifeline for struggling teams, so when the opportunity comes along, it should be welcomed with open arms.
Hottest Racers but no ICE
More of the best and refurbished oval racing machine mostly from the UK you are ever likely to see.
Catching up on many championship reports from the end of July in this special issue.
Jim Turner’s regular column
News from our NASCAR experts Martin D Clark and Mike Greenwood including reports from Round 15