The definitive index of every #RacingGrind article written in 2020 – the founding year of Living The Racing Grind.
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Getting front row seats to premier sporting events can be both tricky and expensive, but one alternative is to work the event!
Great motorsports series such as F1, BTCC and British GT make for edge-of-your-seat viewing, but being there for all of the action can be an expensive affair, with ticket prices, car park fees and the like.
If you're looking for a path into motorsports, then it might be worth remembering that your route doesn't *have* to be as a driver.
Going racing is a dream for many young motorsport fanatics, but everyone knows it's too expensive to be an attainable dream for many...
Ever since the first announcement of the Toyota GR Yaris occurred back in January last year, it has been a vehicle lusted over by us, but if we were to purchase one then that could be the end of this blog in itself!
If you're looking to spend around £30,000 on a pure drivers car, then a Caterham Academy car should definitely be on your shopping list. What's more, it comes with a full year of racing included!
A race-inspired road car? Or a road legal racing car?
The Caterham Academy has been a hugely popular and successful entry-level motor racing championship, and at a cost of around £30 Thousand, it's relatively affordable, too!
With the introduction of the most anticipated hot hatch of recent years - the Toyota GR Yaris, an extremely interesting yet barely spoken about car buying dilemma has presented itself.
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