Words from the Editor

Issue three is here at last. We have had a “winter break” some would say but we are back now and planning on sticking around for a while longer. We love the support from all of our fans and subscribers who have e-mailed in or contacted us on Facebook and Twitter. We love hearing from you and please send us more.

We have seen lots happen over the past few months and we are playing catch up with all the news from the motoring and racing world. The coming issues will be sent out on a bimonthly basis with an extra issue thrown in for December this year.

Being more spread, the issues will be larger and full of more of your favourite car, bike and racing news. The team are committed to getting great articles and photos on the pages and it’s with their tireless efforts to get to the events that we can bring the news to you.

This issue we have our seasoned reviewers taking to the streets of Australia in some late model vehicles and putting them through the hard yards of the jurno testing week. The jurno week is not one to take lightly as the cars looked over with a fine tooth comb and then driven to within an inch of their lives to make sure they live up to the manufactures claims.

Steven Henderson had an electrifying time in Holden’s new Volt. This electric car seems futuristic in some ways and certainly gave Hendo a shock as to its capabilities.

Driving around the streets in New South Wales was David Conole in the Subaru Forester. Not one to mince words, Dave tells us how it is and how it went. A true and honest opinion of the Subaru is delivered from a motoring genius.

Due to our lack of publishing, we are excited extend our first competition. Australian Driver Magazine and Motorsport Simulator Hire will give you till the end of November 2013 to enter this great comp. See all the details in this issue of the magazine and visit the web site to enter.

Australian Driver Magazine is also on Facebook and Twitter where you can have your say on what we are doing and also see where the team are checking in over the weekends. Issue four is already under production with some great new car reviews and plenty more racing from around this great country. Let your friends know to sign up so they too can stay up to date with the latest news from Australian Driver Magazine.Enjoy the read and speed safely.

Enjoy the read and speed safely.

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