Historic Racing Technology magazine was hailed as ‘the magazine we’ve always been waiting for’ by key members of the historic motorsport industry when it launched back in 2014. This exciting bi- monthly magazine aims to bring a fresh perspective to classic and vintage motorsport, showcasing today’s technology in yesterday’s cars.
Issue 14, out now featured a half page piece celebrating the Duckhams Oil re-launch by Andrew Charman who wrote; “Duckhams became the dominant lubricant in the motor industry throughout the 20th century and also achieved many successes at the highest levels of motorsport.”
The magazine is dedicated to the engineering and craftsmanship found in today’s historic racing industry. They cover in-depth technical articles on preparing, racing and restoring historic cars in the modern era and reach over 6,000 specialist engineers, enthusiasts and vehicle owners worldwide.
Sharing the issue with the Duckhams re-launch announcement is a profile on the much underrated TVR Griffith in an article that explains how this particular plucky Brit is taking the historic racing scene by storm. There is an article on the ultimate Group B rally car a much modernised and modified RS200 Ford and of course the latest news from around the worlds historic motor sport series’. We liked the article examining two contrasting cars from the Group C and IMSA GTP era’s, both now restored and a profile on the Chevron B8.