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Autosport Show 2011 – The Oval Racing Experience
Adrian Blackwell rounds up the open-wheel news from the ‘The World’s Greatest Motorsport Show’ held at Birmingham’s NEC in January. Included 3 and a hoaf pages of the top oval race machines – the Autograss cars next month…
Plenty of Competition
Paul Langridge agrees in his workshop in West Sussex, that 2010 was a pretty good year. The 34 year old family man trained in Agricultural engineering at nearby Plumpton College, and went on to expand his skills into construction plant maintenance and repair, became a top notch welder along the way – a very useful skill for any hands-on racer of course.
Season Review GP Midgets 2010
2010 saw the Pooley brothers dominate the championship, with Jonathan reclaiming the World, European, Southern, British and National points championship and took19 chequered flags in 48 races.
Denys Jones 1922 – 2011
Respected oval racing writer Denys Jones has died. He was 88. Better known to followers of the sport as ‘Man on the Terrace’, beginning in the early 1960’s, he was one of the few pioneer journalists that specialised in stock car racing.
The 2011 Championships
Our comprehensive guide to all the main formula championships announced so far in 2011.
News from our NASCAR experts Martin D Clark and Mike Greenwood