Fast car magazines are for those who like to drive fast, and want to remain informative about the safety of their vehicle. Even though fast cars have the highest insurance claims of all passenger cars—it is mainly due to who is driving and how—not because the car is considered unsafe. This is why many insurance companies and fast car magazines suggest that this vehicle is not the number one choice for new young drivers.
One of the best magazines for fast cars is the “Fast Car Magazine.” It is considered a British magazine that drives the British tuning scene, featuring all kinds of quality layouts of the latest sports cars and feature articles. It also focuses on modified vehicles, product reviews, technical articles, lifestyle articles, photo layouts of female models, and classified ads.
The first UK-based magazine on automobiles which covers the car tuning market, “Fast Car Magazine” has a long history of 13 issues a year—one magazine a month plus the 13th magazine out in the spring when the car show season begins. Referred to as the FC or FUK (Fastcar United Kingdom), it had originally began as a performance car magazine instead of a car tuning magazine for fast cars. Presently, “Fast Car Magazine” is aimed at those who are interested in modified cars—considered affordable cars with performance modifications, body kits, and ICE car entertainment systems.
The unspoken type of culture which favors the “Fast Car Magazine” is called Chav, or Charva. Considered a derogatory slang United Kindom term, it refers to the commoner or those who are poorly educated, aggressive working-class youths but are not the actual defining attributes as an annual fee for this magazine is close to $289 a year, depending on where it is ordered.
Cheaper fast car magazines are available at lower prices, such as Fast Ford Magazine, Hot Rod, Mustang Monthly, or Mustang Power, or Mustangs & Fast Fords. Market parts and accessories can be found in these fast car magazines along with comprehensive tech articles, superchargers, and nitrous oxide systems. Additional interesting things offered are columns which cover fast car shows, road racing, maintenance, road trips, personalities, maintenance, and top profiles.
The Peugeot Fans Club lists the top fastest cars in the world based on acceleration in seconds from 0 to 60 mph:
• 2.6 – 1994 Dauer 962 LeMans • 2.7 – 2000 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Concept • 2.7 – 2000 Dodge Hennessey Viper Venom 800TT • 2.7 – 1999 Leblanc Caroline • 2.7 – 1993 Dauer 962 Le Mans • 2.8 – 1996 Renault Espace F1 • 2.9 – 1991 Audi Avus Quattro • 2.9 – 1997 Callaway C7 Corvette • 2.9 – 1997 Dodge Viper GTS-R