The Alpine A110, the Citroen DS3 Racing, the Peugeot 205 GTi, the RenaultSport Clio 197…the list of desirable French cars is lengthy and varied, but there’s always only one publication dedicated to their needs – Performance French Cars.
And now Performance French Cars magazine, the sole title dedicated to fans of French four-wheeled machinery in all shapes and sizes, is delighted to announce the appointment of a new editor, Davy Lewis.
Lewis, former editor of Redline magazine, boasts 12 years tuning sector and publishing experience, has a keen eye for design and content and more importantly, a book full of industry contacts that he’ll be using to build upon PFC’s already strong following in the performance aftermarket.
Lewis will be tasked with broadening the magazine’s appeal to encompass the widest possible range of relevant classic and modern French cars as well as building upon PFC’s authoritative technical and advice sections.
“I am really looking forward to making PFC a ‘must read’ magazine for any French car fan,” Lewis commented.
Performance French Cars magazine is currently published eight times a year. It is available to buy from WHSmith, as well as leading supermarkets, Martins and McColls, Easons Ireland and independent newsagents, plus it’s exported globally.
Performance French Cars is produced by the organiser of the Adrian Flux French Car Show (in association with Lassa Tyres), the UK’s largest gathering of French car enthusiasts. This year, it takes place at the Donington Park circuit on Sunday 17th June 2012.