MCN SPORT CARL FOGARTY
Carl Fogarty is one of Britain’s best-loved bike racers. Not only did he win a record-breaking four World Superbike Championships, but his TT exploits have provided some of the most talked-about moments in motorcycle racing history. His epic battle with Steve Hislop in 1992 is often rated as the greatest TT race ever.
But of course it isn't just his racing genius that makes Foggy popular. In this one-off collector’s special issue of MCN Sport, we also celebrate his will to win, searing honesty and daft sense of humour. So we look back at Foggy’s incredible racing career, but also explore his road to becoming King of the Jungle in ITV’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
His rivals, friends and enemies give their verdict on the man and his abilities, and there’s unseen photos and untold stories from his years at the top of world motorsport.
With a foreword by Foggy himself, the magazine is a special celebration of Foggy’s life and career, with behind the scenes shots showing how his family helped keep him grounded throughout a stratospheric career.
The standard edition of this special issue is on sale in all good newsagents, or head to www.mcnsport.co.uk to purchase an individually numbered copy of just 1,000 autographed editions that come with a giant double-sided glossy poster of Foggy at his finest.
About MCN Sport
MCN Sport is a beautiful glossy magazine created by the team at MCN, dedicated to the wonderful and exotic sport of motorcycle racing.
Written by MCN’s team of sports reporters who cover every round of the MotoGP, World Superbikes and British Superbikes plus all the major road racing events, MCN Sport is packed full of stunning photography, behind the scene stories and insight.
MCN Sport is produced four times a year with a Season Preview in March, Season Review in December, a special edition previewing the TT in May and a further special edition during the summer for your holiday reading. This year we’ll be taking a look back at the incredible career of one of the sport’s best-loved racers Carl Fogarty.