The definitive rallying magazine for the UK, the excellently named Pacenotes is a great read for any fan of rallysport.
Aimed at the interested fan rather than specifically at the amateur mechanic, and much more accessible because of it, Pacenotes Rally Magazine brings you the latest news from the UK rally scene, as well as all the reports and results from the important races. Written by experts with significant experience of rallying from both inside the car and outside, there are also interviews with drivers, features on rallying both in the UK and worldwide and fascinating spotlights on the history of the sport.
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Sometimes, here at Newsstand, we appreciate a title that does exactly what it says on the tin, straight talking, no frills description. However, we love a magazine with something a bit more witty, as long as it doesn’t try too hard and fall flat on its face. Pacenotes is a perfect example of an excellent title – being both a little amusing, telling you what it’s about and suggesting that it’ll keep you up to speed - impressive for a simple compound word.
This aside, We think Pacenotes is a great magazine to recommend to fans of rallying. Some other magazines (naming no names) can tend to get a bit bogged down in the overly complex detail, being filled so fully with technicalities and specifications that there’s barely any space for actual words. Pacenotes however is nicely accessible, bringing you all the actual information you need – for example who won what race – without telling you exactly how many times their camshaft was spinning a second and how much downforce their spoiler was exerting. A perfect read, then, for someone who is interested in this area, perfectly justifiably, but who won’t tell you every detail of the 1977 World Rally Championship winning car, without prompting, the next time you happen to bump into them at the bus stop. NB