A hands-on magazine for real men rather than boy-racers. Practical Performance Car magazine is the perfect read for those who like to tune their car.
‘Performance tuning for grown-ups’ is the strapline to this magazine, and it fills this description to a T. Practical Performance Car brings you the latest news and relating to customising cars, and great features on motors both classic and modern. This mag is filled with expert advice, from what paperwork you need to fill out to guides to tuning your car to get the best out of it. If you’re interested in buying a performance car there is a great buying guide included, and for those petrolheads who need to know the best kit to buy there is a test and review section.
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It’s good to see a magazine that sees a gap in the market and fills it with aplomb. There are undeniably many car mags out there, covering almost every angle imaginable, but there are no others that do what Practical Performance Car does. Though the name may sound a little like an oxymoron, along the lines of ‘Everyday Formula One Car’ magazine which sadly does not exist, it serves a very practical purpose.
Performance tuning has perhaps a bit of a bad image – mention it and people instantly think of kids wearing their hats on backwards, sticking a ridiculous exhaust onto their mum’s Saxo. But this simply isn’t representative of all the petrolheads out there. There are many fellows who are interested in tuning their high performance car but who know which way round to wear their hat, and are old enough to appreciate a pin of ale in a pub. This magazine is perfectly designed for the man who wants to get the best out of his car without adding a neon underglow – for the man who will come in from a good couple of hours work in the garage to a lovely cup of tea, before later racing his modified Hillman Minx against a variety of other classic and modern performance cars, and what a man that is. NB