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In this issue, we have reports from the second round of the Blancpain GT Endurance Cup series at Silverstone, where top marques Aston Martin, Bentley, Audi, Ferrari, Lexus, Lamborghini, Porsche, BMW, Mercedes, Mclaren, Nissan and Jaguar battle for honours. We also have the British GT and British Formula 3 from Rockingham. Adding even more exotic GT action we have the Ferrari Challenge Europe round from Silverstone, where the Prancing Horse could really show his speed. For Historic fans, we have a full report from the Donington Historic Festival, with single-seater, saloon, sports car and GT races to stir memories of days gone by. Formula 5000 cars were an addition this year with the Derek Bell Trophy races, plus various saloon car races representing the 60 years of the BTCC in 2018. Staying on the historic theme, we have a report from the VSCC Curborough Speed Trials and the Flying Scotsman Rally. We also have details from the Silverstone Classic Preview day, which this year had both Sky TV and Channel 4 on site, filming on track pieces for their British GP programmes. Martin Brundle for Sky was driving the Mike Hawthorn 1958 Championship winning Ferrari 246 Dino, while Channel 4 had Mark Webber, Karun Chandhok and Susie Wolff driving various vintage Grand Prix cars from around the same period. Murray Walker was also present.
The British Hill Climb Championship roared up Prescott, while for Classic car fans, we have reports from Drive It Day at the National Memorial Arboretum, and a local car meet from the New Unnamed Classic Car Group. For American car and Hot Rod fans, we report from the Greasy May meeting in Stourbridge. Plus our usual News and features.

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