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Fast Car May 2021

Fast Car is officially the best car magazine ever made, and the only one that delivers on its promise of defining today’s car culture. Stuffed with the finest feature cars from the United Kingdom, all the hottest new gear and kit, inspiring guides and even the odd top model for good measure, it’s so jam-packed, you can see it from space.

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6 Min
2021 pull-out show guide

1. Kultureshock Car Show 6th June Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead Show cars from across the country will descend on the north east and fill the running track of Gateshead International Stadium when the Kultureshock show makes its appearance. Top cars, DJs, trade stands and food, it’s a great way to kick off 2021. www.facebook.com(search 2021 kultureshock car show) 2. Players Classic 19th June Goodwood, Chichester Held in the scenic grounds of Goodwood Motor Circuit, this is where you’ll find the UK’s most diverse mix of stunning show cars. From modified classics, to the latest circuit slayers, Player’s Classic has something for everyone. www.players-show.com 3. Modified Nationals 2-4th July East of England Showground, Peterborough A wicked weekend of wild rides, top entertainment, car clubs and camping, Modified Nationals is a blast. Add in both indoor and outdoor displays and a tonne of…

3 Min
dan b’s fn2 civic type r

I’ve got into a bit of a pattern with buying and messing about with early 21st-century performance cars over the last few years. It wasn’t a conscious decision, it’s just sort of… happened. First there was a Mk2 Octavia vRS, then an EP3 Civic Type R, followed by a Mk1 Audi TT 225 and an R53 MINI Cooper S. Then I bought the EP3 back again, sold it to buy another TT 225, and now that’s gone and I’ve got the FN2. Each one of these was a logical decision, I promise. That’s what I told my wife, anyway. And whatever the car, there are always two key things that I want to address before doing anything else: tyres, and brakes. After all, these are the most important parts of any…

2 Min
road rager

Over the years many manufacturers have claimed their special edition cars to be true ‘race cars for the road’, but realistically, this has been little more than marketing speak. But now, renowned British engineering firm, JRM, has unveiled a limited edition Nissan GT-R to celebrate a decade working with the Japanese brand, that takes the racecar for the road tagline to its most literal sense. You see, Daventry-based JRM has been at the forefront of motorsport for over a decade, including winning the GT1 World Drivers’ Championship in 2011 and finishing third in the 2012 World Endurance Championship. It’s also the brains and spanners behind the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3. So, you can be sure this is much more than just a sales slogan. Rumoured to cost an eye-watering £380,000 each,…

2 Min
tech spec: mazda rx-7

ENGINE Lucky 7 Racing half bridge-port 13B-REW engine with E&J 2mm Apex seals, GReddy V-mount intercooler, V-mount radiator, 19-row dual oil cooler system, custom carbon GReddy compression elbow, custom carbon-fibre intercooler piping, Synapse Engineering blow-off valve, Turblown 9180 EFR turbo, Turblown cast tapered 347SS twin external wastegate manifold, 2x Turbosmart Comp 40mm Gen V wastegates, AEM IGN-1A smart coils, Turbosmart fuel pressure regulator, oil pressure sensor, MSD Super Conductor HT leads, 3x Walbro 450lph fuel pumps, FueledByAI SP1200 surge tank V2, Full Function Engineering idler pulley, Touge Factory pulley kit, LRB Speed cooling plate, HKS Racing 4in titanium racing exhaust, Rywire Mil-Spec engine harness, IR Performance alternator, Pettit Racing starter boost, FFE fuel rails, Injector Dynamics 2,200cc primary and secondary injectors, Adaptronic Modular FD3S S6 M2000 ECU TRANMISSION 5-speed manual gearbox,…

1 Min
tech spec: ford fiesta

ENGINE: 1.6-litre, 4-cyl, EcoBoost, VUDU VP245 Stage 2+ software, VUDU Stage 2+ intercooler, VUDU downpipe, Cobra Sport 3in non-res exhaust system with single 4in tip, VUDU by ITG cold air induction, ITG inlet hose, VUDU big boost pipe kit, VUDU by Turbosmart actuator, VUDU by Turbosmart recirc valve, VUDU rear engine mount, VUDU oil cap, VUDU coolant cap, VUDU dipstick, VUDU magnetic gearbox plug 247bhp, 297Ib.ft TRANSMISSION: 6-speed manual, VUDU short-shift SUSPENSION: Stance+ coilovers BRAKES: OEM WHEELS: 18in Bola B10 EXTERIOR: Full respray in Frozen White, ceramic-coated, TRC lowline kit, Kruise Sport grille, custom headlights by LK2Lights, TRC eyebrows, Autobeam LED lights all round, tinted LED taillights, TRC spoiler extension, Maxton Design rear diffuser, Rally Flapz, red Ford badge overlays, wrapped gloss black roof INTERIOR: Gloss black interior panels, Alcantara armrest, Alcantara gear gaiter, VUDU dead…

2 Min
fast mods

No one can accuse the GR Yaris of being a shrinking violet, as it’s currently the talk of the town when it comes to hot hatches. But as we know, even the best can be made better with some well selected modifications, so read on to see how you can turn the tearaway Toyota up to eleven! If you’re anything like us – and the very fact that you’re reading this magazine suggests that you are – the emergence of a new model on the hot hatch scene is always met with excitement. Will it be able to take on the existing top guns? Will it be even more powerful than the last? Will it be genuinely thrilling to drive like the iconic hot hatches of old? Well, you’ve no doubt…