The magazine will still be free for readers as promised, and jam packed with all the best stories and information from the Car Care Industry,
If you are a business within the car care sector, it will now be easy for you to submit a story for consideration, and possible inclusion in the publication, simply email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch through our new add a story page, and we shall contact you to get the ball rolling.With the launch of Car Care Magazine in October approaching fast, we decided to let you all take a quick look at how the magazine will work, including a sneaky peek at how the front cover will look.
So far we would like to thank everybody, as we have had some great feedback from both the car care industry, and subscribed readers alike. Take a look for yourselves here, the headlines and featured stories will change, but we need to keep some surprises dont we, so get subscribed and let us know what you think, by leaving a comment below.
Car Care Magazine will be delivered directly to your inbox Absoloutely Free Of Charge in October, then every three months thereafter, all you have to do to get your free copy is to subscribe here
Each issue will be crammed full of the latest car care news, reviews, offers, and of course product giveaways. With the first issue already set to launch a major new car care range of products, including a chance to get your hands on them first for free!!!
If you are in the Motor Industry, a car enthusiast, or simply own a vehicle and wish to obtain some great car care tips, and general maintainance information, with special offers on car servicing and much much more, we welcome you and look forward to recieving your subscription.The new Jaguar XFR-S will make its global dynamic debut on the famous Goodwood Hill on Wednesday 20 March. Finished in Italian Racing Red, the prototype version of Jaguar’s fastest ever sports saloon will be driven in front of a media audience at Goodwood by 1988 Le Mans 24hr race winner Andy Wallace.
First shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November last year, the stunning XFR-S will be joined at Goodwood Festival of Speed press day by heroes of Jaguar’s sporting past. A 1962 Jaguar Mk. II prepared by Jaguar Heritage Racing, and a 1954 ‘short nose’ Jaguar D-Type – chassis No.1 and itself a development prototype – will be displayed by the Jaguar Heritage Trust in front of Goodwood House.