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Fast Car

August 2019

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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United Kingdom
Язык:
English
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Kelsey Publishing Group
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CHICKEN DINNER Don’t go thinking that Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae are this year’s hot couple... (Now, I hope that comment is lost on most of you, because that means you’re way cooler than me and haven’t lost an hour of your life every day for the past 8 weeks watching Love Island.) No, this year’s hottest couple are a damn sight more sexy and are posing in all their glory on the front of this magazine! Nope, I’m not talking about Tom and Dale, although they are gorgeous too, but rather their awesome cars. For the past six months we’ve been following the Meguiar’s Tom V Dale build off in the magazine, and as promised all those months ago, the boys hit the reveal deadline of Players Classic. Both cars have been executed…

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SLIM JULES EDITOR “My favourite couple of all time? Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Conner, of course. Is that even a question?” MIDGE CONTRIBUTING EDITOR “To me, to you, to me. Oh yes, the Chuckle Brothers are my fave. Although, they don’t seem to have done much recently?” INITIAL G ART EDITOR “I was brought up on a diet of Laurel and Hardy, from the golden age of the silver screen. I remember the first episode.” GLENDA WEBSITE EDITOR “You can’t beat the perfect pairing of a decent beard and a cold craft beer. There’s not a better partnership in the world.”…

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EDITORIAL Editor: Jules Truss Email: jules.truss@kelsey.co.uk Contributing Editor: Midge Email: james.burr@kelsey.co.uk Art Editor: Graham Morecroft Email: graham.morecroft@kelsey.co.uk Web Editor: Glenda Email: glenn.rowswell@kelsey.co.uk Contributors: Jonathan Fleetwood, Daniel Bevis, Matt Clifford, Ade Brannan, Davy Lewis, Daniel Pullen, Alex Powell SerialOne Photography, Stav ADVERTISEMENT SALES Director: David Lerpiniere David.lerpiniere@talkmediasales.co.uk Tel: 01732 445326 Head of Performance Motoring: Sarah Halls sarah.halls@talkmediasales.co.uk Tel: 01732 446756 PRODUCTION Talk Media: 01732 445325 MANAGEMENT Managing Director: Phil Weeden Chief Executive: Steve Wright Finance Director: Joyce Parker-Sarioglu Retail Distribution Manager: Eleanor Brown HR & Operations Manager: Charlotte Whittaker Audience Development Manager: Andy Cotton Brand Marketing Manager: Debra Hagger Events Manager: Katherine Chappell Senior Print Production Manager: Nicola Pollard Print Production Manager: Georgina Harris Print Production Controller: Kelly Orriss…

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Honda’s Type R sub-brand has always sat at the very core of tuner culture, with these honed and pared-back performance machines effectively being sold pre-modified from the factory. Ever since the early days of the EK9 Civic and NSX-R, that little red badge has signified the best possible versions of what these Hondas can be. And naturally the aftermarket has always embraced these cars with open arms, as they’re just so damned tuneable. The current-generation FK8 Civic Type R is an absolute lunatic straight from the forecourt – we’re talking 306bhp, 295lb.ft, 0-62 in 4.9s, and a near-unbelievable top speed of 169mph. To view this car as merely a starting point takes a special kind of crazy, but looking at the photos here you can see that craziness creates great art.…

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Back in 1992, a Formula One designer by the name of Gordon Murray decided that the supercar designers of the era weren’t trying hard enough, and so he showed them how it was done. While the likes of the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959 were squabbling over who could edge past 200mph, Murray’s radical design – the McLaren F1 – comprehensively blew them out of the water with its 240mph top speed. And this wasn’t just a toy designed for high speed runs; Murray placed the steering wheel in the middle to optimise weight distribution with the driver on board, and designed the car so that it could take a decent amount of luggage too. In 2019, it seems that Murray is once again despairing of the supercar genre. While we’re…

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When you go to test-drive a potential new car, it’s natural to bring someone along with you for a second opinion: a mate who knows about those particular cars, or a parent who’s good at handing out advice, or a mechanic to diagnose any weird noises it might make. But according to some recent research by cargurus.co.uk, a lot of people have been bypassing this logic in favour of bringing some rather odd stuff along for the ride. The car-buying website polled the nation’s dealers and discovered some pretty weird and wonderful stuff had turned up with customers, including a 12-foot snake, a mattress, a rifle, a ‘lucky egg’, and an accordion. One punter turned up in a pair of slippers, reasoning that they’re what she usually liked to drive…

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