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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Motorsport Illustrated News, a new weekly publication, will cover NASCAR, IndyCar, F1 and more

Beginning in January, motorsports fans and industry insiders will have a new go-to publication for exclusive, extensive, and exciting coverage of all things racing.

Motorsport Illustrated News is a new racing magazine set to debut on Wednesday, January 23, 2013.  The weekly magazine will be in a print and online format that includes news and race results, feature stories, stunning graphics, and superb photography.  The magazine is geared towards the passionate race fan.

The new magazine is the brainchild of publisher Rick Bradham, whose previous racing journal focused on NASCAR and regional racing.  Motorsport Illustrated News will include coverage of NASCAR, IndyCar, Formula 1, GRAND-AM, American Le Mans, ARCA, and Rally, along with a variety of support series such as Indy Lights, GP 2, GP 3, NASCAR Whelen and events such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans.  In-depth articles on drivers, teams, and races will highlight each issue.

"The slogan 'Racing is Drama' is more than just a trademark for us.  It is a statement of what we believe," said Bradham.  "Motorsport Illustrated News offers subscribers dynamic storytelling and compelling insights about the sport they love."

Motorsport Illustrated News will be available to race fans by subscription in a print version mailed each week, and a digital version available online and via most smart phones and tablets.  Print subscribers will automatically receive access to the online version.

"We want race fans to have the enjoyment of holding and turning the pages of a full-color magazine that brings a tangible piece of racing to their doorstep each week," Bradham said.  "We are also embracing digital race fans with an online format that opens in page-turning style, providing a magazine feel on the internet." 

Following the Premier Issue in January 2013, weekly issues will be published from February through November along with a single issue in December for a total of 45 issues per year.  For a limited time, the yearly subscription rates are $74.99 for the print version and $12.00 for the digital version.  The print version is sent via First Class mail.

Subscriptions are now available by visiting, with the first issue being January 23, 2013.


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