ABOUT AUTO TRADITION

Auto Tradition was born, Phoenix like, out of the withdrawal and decline of print magazines over the current trend of digital magazines. There are those enthusiasts of classic/historic/vintage road and racing cars who are of a certain age and their world doesn’t revolve around the digital era that seems to have been thrust upon us in a very short period of time. It’s the stir to the senses that keeps the printed magazine high on the agenda of such enthusiasts; the feel, the smell, and overall delight in turning from one page to the next with all the excitement of a child opening presents on Christmas Day that endures.

Like most businesses, Auto Tradition will be supported by modern digital methods including a website and social media, but the magazine itself is typically ‘old school’ in both style and content. Whilst appealing to those of a certain age, there is a freshness about the presentation of the publication that will attract many from all generations.

What can you expect from each seasonal edition? Due to the wealth of experience gained by the Auto Tradition team, many of the legendary drivers, designers and team members are well known and accessible to us. Each member of the team has a vast and uniquely personal archive stretching back almost to the dawn of motoring, which we are all willing to share with our readers.

Through our advertisers and valued supporters we have a great number of vehicles available for profile and research purposes too. Combine all these attributes together and you can easily see that the enthusiastic nature of the team is very infectious to like minded readers. Put simply, Auto Tradition is created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.

Nostalgia transports us all back to an age of golden memories. Our aim and objective is to bring our readers’ world of motoring and motor racing closer to them as we journey from era to era, issue by issue.

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The Winter edition of Auto Tradition recalls the life and times of Mike Hawthorn who died 60 years ago this month

The Winter edition of Auto Tradition recalls the life and times of Mike Hawthorn who died 60 years ago this month Neville Hay examines the life of […]

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All Summer editions of Auto Tradition have been posted out to all subscribers and others who have purchased copies. Many thanks for you patience.

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Whilst this obviously isn't motor racing, it's a sign there is still fun in sport and the crowd warms to this gesture, Let's hope we never lose these special characters.

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Auto Tradition is grateful for the support of its Advertisers. Please click on their links below for more information. To discuss advertising opportunities please contact office@autotradition.co.uk