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The company was first established in 1995 publishing RACE TECH which recently celebrated it's 25th anniversary.

Motorsport media company, Kimberley Media Group, publishes world-leading motorsport engineering titles, such as RACE TECH and Historic Racing & Technology.

It also sells motorsport engineering books from well-respected authors including Carroll Smith, and is behind the popular, Learn and Compete books, written for Formula SAE and Formula Students.

The company is also behind the prestigious event, World Motorsport Symposium, dubbed, 'The Davos of Motorsport,' leading the zeitgeist for the future of the industry.


Kimberley Media Group Ltd was first established in 1995 publishing RACE TECH which recently celebrated it's 25th anniversary. Since then it's launched Race Engine Technology, Bernouli, Moto Tech, Historic Racing Technology and Track Car Performance magazines.



Whilst reaching a large UK audience, RACE TECH, Historic Racing Technology and Track Car Performance magazines are also all international titles sold across the globe in high street stores, including Barnes & Nobles as well as in many travel outlets, stations and airports.



The editorial team at Kimberley Media Group Ltd is overseen by Mark Skewis, former Editor of Autosport magazine.

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Motorsport Engineering at its best!

RACE TECH is recognised as the leading international authority on engineering and technology in motorsport. It applies its unique approach to all aspects of motorsport engineering, from the engine and powertrain, through to suspension, vehicle dynamics and aerodynamics. Beyond that it also covers the wider motorsport industry, looking at business and administrative issues, technical regulations and current affairs.

Today's technology in yesterday's cars!

Ranging from club competitors to those involved with major international events, Historic Racing Technology covers every aspect of classic and vintage motorsport. Topics include engine building, coach building, body work, reverse engineering techniques and manufacturing. Each issue is packed with technical articles, features and product news with machinery ranging from the very earliest days of motorsport, right up to modern classics such as Group C and Super Touring Cars.

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