Fast Car (magazine)
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|Editor||Jules 'Slim Jules' Truss|
|Frequency||Monthly (13 per year)|
Fast Car magazine is a UK-based car magazine covering the modified car market and car culture. It was the first UK magazine focusing on this genre. It is owned by Future plc, based in Bath, Somerset. The magazine is published 13 times a year.
Fast Car started as a performance car magazine, but now specialises in readers interested in Japanese, European cars and the car culture genre.
The Audited Bureau of Circulations (ABC) reports that Fast Car's sales peaked at 127,620 copies in 2003. Historically, Fast Car traditionally sold fewer copies of their magazine than Max Power (which closed in January 2011 due to poor sales). However, Fast Car has been the market leader in this segment since 2007.
Its most recent ABC audited circulation figure was 26,107.
In 2012, Fast Car teamed up with SpeedHunters.com for a monthly look into motorsports, drift events, car show/festivals with Speed Hunter's Rod Chong and other Speed Hunters who travels around the world to spread their name and take pictures of the best cars.
A parody, "Jalopy and Slow Car", emerged. 
Digital Editor - Glenn 'Glenda' Rowswell
Art Editor - Graham 'Initial G' Morecroft
Editor - Jules 'Slim Jules' Truss
Deputy Editor - Jamie 'Midge' Burr
Contributor - Steve 'Stavros' Neophytou (Former Redline)
Contributor - Davy Lewis (Former Redline)
Speedhunter - Rod Chong
Freelance - Oli Remedi
Freelance - Little Nick
Photographer - Steve McCann
Mechanic - Matthew 'Modest Matt' Duckett
'Editor - Steve 'Scary' Chalmers' (Former Redline) (Left in October 2012)
Staff Writer - Lee Sibley (Left in September 2012)