The recent Forge Action Day at Castle Combe may not have exactly broken its own mould in terms of show content, but when you factor in the impressive mix of track action, cool cars and aftermarket manufacturers, you could argue that following the old adage of ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,’ was definitely a wise move for the event’s organising team.

This was the fifth year that Gloucestershire tuners Forge Motorsport has added their weight, ideas and industry friends to Castle Combe’s tried-and-tested Action Day format, and the result is a truly eclectic gathering that has become known for More >


Caterham Cars, has launched the first ever one-make race series in South America, in partnership with its Colombian dealership.

After delivering its first customer Seven last year, the Superlight R300 series further establishes Caterham’s position in the region. The fiercely-competitive Superlight R300 race series premiered on the 21st and 22nd August at Tocancipa Race Track, Colombia, and follows an ‘Arrive & Drive’ format, offering drivers the opportunity to race cars prepared and operated by Caterham Colombia.

As well as local racers, the Caterham Colombia Race series also offers international drivers the unique opportunity to race a Seven with the same arrangement.

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Breaking-in a new or freshly rebuilt engine? You can help prime or pre-lube it with the Summit Racing Pre-Luber, which is easy to use and just connects to the engine block near the oil filter. Fill its tank with around 4.5-litres of oil and pressurise the tank with air.

The Pre-Luber is designed to get the oil flowing before start-up where most engine damage occurs when it’s cold and Summit says that it could help prolong the life of your engine and also make starting easier.

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Team Toyo Tires Drift driver, Masato Kawabata has claimed the 2015 D1 Grand Prix Championship in Japan, his third D1GP championship victory. Driving the 1000bhp 35RX D-Spec Nissan GTR to another series victory with Toyo Proxes R1R tyres, a dominant season performance saw Kawabata claim the 2015 series with an un-assailable accumulated points lead.

With two wins and two podium victories from five D1GP rounds, and an outright victory against top US and international drivers in Formula Drift Japan, Kawabata clinched victory with another spectacular performance during the fifth and penultimate D1GP round at Toyo Tires’ home round of Osaka, on More >


The Comma website has recently been updated with a number of enhancements and additions to the Technical Support and General Enquiries sections, making it even easier to access more information.

Visitors to will immediately notice a new ‘Contact Us’ panel on the home page, which clicks through to the General and Technical Enquiries section that feature the ‘Ask an Expert’ facility.

On the Product Recommendation pages, more information has been added in the rare instances where ‘no recommendation’ is shown for a vehicle. Where this is the case, a fuller explanation is provided via a link through to Frequently Asked Questions More >


Dickies, the internationally renowned workwear brand, has an excellent range of new winter clothing available to help keep you warm in the garage, outdoors or while at work. The items are designed for warmth, comforting in often freezing weather conditions.

Dickies products are tested in the harshest environments to ensure satisfaction and comfort and their thermal products have been worn throughout cold UK winters for many years.

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Latest addition to the Hawk Cars range is this glorious Daytona Coupe replica, a car that Hawk boss, Gerry Hawkridge, has always wanted to make and it, like the original, will be very much aimed at the track.

Body is handcrafted from aluminium and is pretty much nut-for-nut identical to the mid-sixties originals, including the tubular chassis, which like the body is a complete work of art.

Power comes from Ford small block V8, either 289 or 302ci and best not ask Gerry for Chevy or Rover fitments, unless you want short shrift! Gerry only wants to make these in very small More >


Caterham has revived the spirit of one of its most illustrious Sevens – the 1.6-litre Seven Superlight – with the launch of a new special edition model.

Just 20 of the special edition cars, ahead of the 20th anniversary of the original Superlight in 1996, will be built.

The original Superlight’s production run ceased in 2004, but it heralded a new era of purposeful, track-biased Sevens designed to offer even more performance and low weight at a pared down price point.

Despite its ultra-minimalist character – even for a Seven – the Superlight went on to become one of Caterham’s most coveted models, More >


The Great British Sports Cars Zero range is sold all over Europe and North America and one territory that really have grasped the Zero concept is Sweden, where the Nottinghamshire company’s dealer, KitCarSweden is doing a great job.

GBS recently received a message on their GBS Facebook page from customer, Eddie Jansson, from Uppsala Sweden, who says he has just finished racing his Zero for the season and since commencing his build in November 2013 has covered many miles in his car.

Eddie’s friend, Johan Ostling, owns a Zero too and he’s covered over 2000 miles in Sweden since May, this year. More More >


Jenvey Dynamics has launched a new manifold and throttle body (ITB) kit for the Ford Pinto engine. The new kit is intended for use with 1.8-litre and 2-litre Pinto engines running without a distributor, and is highly modular by design – perfect for configuration for a range of engine bay packaging requirements or aesthetics.

The Jenvey kit provides power gains, improved throttle response and reliability, and is ideal for road, track or race use as a modern alternative to a traditional twin carburettor set-up.

“Jenvey is proud of its innovative reputation, and we invest a lot of time talking to customers to More >

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