2299 Formula X Guidebook

Produced by the Galactic Motorsports Council, the Guidebook to the 2299 Formula X Galactic Championship gives you, the reader, an insight into the racing season for the year 2299. With a foreword from Council President Vance Lavarone, the guidebook gives details of past champions, a review and results of the 2298 season, and notes for significant dates and events during 2299. More
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About Simon Coates

Well hello everyone. I am the creator of the Galactic Echo, which is the general fiction concept on which everything I write about is based. It is an idea of life in the 24th century, based on things that might really happen rather than stories about aliens and the usual sci-fi fare.
On a more personal note, I have lived in the North East of England all my life, I have a wide range of interests. The main one of which is cycle racing in which I regularly compete up to National Championship level, so in case you are wondering yes I have raced against such illustrious competition including Sean Yates, Bradley Wiggins and Alex Dowsett. I also enjoy photography but find with my writing I have a sense of expressing myself in a way that is impossible to do with any other means, and hope that my love of the written artform comes out in the various stories you will see produced.
I have created a website which has lots of things to do with the Galactic Echo, including loads of freebies connected to the stories, www.galactic-echo.com. I hope to make the Galactic Echo a sort of niche sci fi concept, rather than just have stories churned out every now and then. Feel free to contact me via the website or Facebook/Twitter, would love to hear from you if you have any queries about the Galactic Echo!

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