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Suits You Sir!
He may not be your typical oval racer when it comes to his day job, but Paul Kaynes loves the sport and is serious about the business of learning to win races, now he’s finally found the time to do it right. Paul Huggett story.
50th Superstox World Championship
The 50th staging of the Superstox Championship of the World took place at the Foxhall International Raceway, Ipswich on 16th October – the same venue that had seen the late Jan Scott take the very first gold roof for the formula and it was also 56 years to the day that Stock Car Racing first appeared at Foxhall so it was a very special occasion indeed. It produced a superb World Final and a very popular first time winner in the shape of Colin Aylward.
Superbowl Weekend An End of Season Feast!
The end of season Stock Car meeting at the Cowdenbeath Racewall provided the fans with plenty of thrills and excitement where four championships were decided as well as three memorial trophies to boot. The drivers turned up in their numbers with quite a few visitors from England and Northern Ireland in most of the formulae.
Season Review – MASCAR 2010
The 2010 ‘Archer Investments’ sponsored MASCAR season saw the formula go from strength to strength with increased car numbers, stunning NASCAR-inspired paint jobs and a number of new drivers, some moving into the series from other oval formulas, others completely new to racing. With individual track and area titles, a mid-season split championship, a big-money final meeting and a points championship that was only decided after the final chequered flag had fallen it was a season that provided thrills, spills and great racing right to the end (and even beyond!).
The Championship Winners in 2010
A quick guide to who won what in the year 2010. The Major titles are listed, plus a few others for good measure!
Short Circuit 2010
We look back at the main features that were in Short Circuit in 2010 with a comprehensive listing.
News from our NASCAR experts Martin D Clark and Mike Greenwood including reports from: Round 31 Charlotte, Round 32 Martinsville, Round 33 Talladega, Round 35 – Phoenix, Round 36 – Homestead.
Columns from the sports leading writers and personalities which usually include: Paul Huggett, and Jim Turner.
Other regular items include:
National Hot Rod Race Action Update, BriSCA F1 Race Action update, Short Track America, Scenes from the Past, Small Ads, The Hottest Racers But No Ice, Race Lines, plus lots of news…