Welcome to AFM Racing, the first ever Diesel touring car team to successfully run and compete in the British Touring Car Championship.

At our fully functional workshop on the Martlesham Heath estate we carry out competitive servicing, mechanical repairs and race car/track day car preparation. Specializing in suspension, corner weighting and Geometry, Rick has used his experience, from years of racing including driving in the BTCC, to set up customers’ vehicles across the country.

We offer a comprehensive package for race car support, set up and building, as well as race car preparation and support, AFM Racing spend majority of their time working on domestic cars. Including maintenance, servicing, repairs and flood damage engines.

Our main man, Rob is an ex-Holbay race car builder but is also a qualified mechanic with years of experience, so you know your vehicle is in good hands.

Public Services

We offer a wide range of car maintenance, tuning, body repairs and performance testing services.

So whether your car needs servicing, a clutch, cambelt or a MOT or your looking for a fully supported race car season then contact AFM Racing.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 8.00 – 5.30

Saturday – Closed

Sunday – Closed

3 Betts Avenue, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP5 3RJ

Telephone: 01473 636654 / 01473 624890

Fax: 01473 611056

AFM News


Gusts are more likely on open stretches of road, when passing bridges or gaps in hedges, or when overtaking high-sided vehicles. And wind can bring down tree branches, blow you off course or blow other vehicles into your path.

Top tips
* Keep both hands on the wheel
* Be ready for stronger winds and gusts on exposed stretches of road or when passing high-sided vehicles
* Be ready for sudden gusts when passing tall buildings in urban areas
* Keep your speed down – strong gusts won’t blow you as far off course
* Take care and leave extra room around cyclists and motorcyclists. They're particularly vulnerable to sudden gusts and may veer across the road
* Keep your distance from other vehicles, especially high-sided vehicles and caravans
* Avoid towing high-sided trailers like caravans or horseboxes if very windy conditions are forecast
* Twigs or small branches in the road could mean there’s a tree or large branch in the way around the next bend
* Partially fallen trees can hang above the sweep of your headlights, making them hard to spot
* Plan your journey carefully, checking weather and traffic bulletins regularly
* Expect lower speed limits or temporary closures on exposed bridges – especially for towing vehicles – and road closures due to fallen debris or accidents
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