RaceFans Supporter FAQ

How much does it cost to become a RaceFans Supporter?

RaceFans Supporters pay a monthly subscription of £1 or an annual subscription of £12. If you are outside the UK, this is converted into whatever currency is appropriate.

What do you spend the money on?

RaceFans is paid for by advertising and affiliate revenue and contributions from readers.

The money earned goes towards the cost of hosting, staffing, producing, writing and developing RaceFans.

What do I get in return?

Users who agree to support the site by making a monthly contribution of £1 will have external advertisements disabled on their RaceFans account.

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How can I become an RaceFans Supporter?

Go here, fill in the box with your RaceFans user name, click Subscribe and follow the instruction to arrange payment:

Do I need an RaceFans account to become a RaceFans Supporter?

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What if I decide to cancel my subscription?

Should you cancel your subscription you will continue to browse the site ad-free until it expires. Depending on your chosen method of subscription, this may be up to one month or one year after your last payment.

How can I check the status of my subscription?

You can check the status of your RaceFans Support subscription at any time via your RaceFans profile.

Log in and click on “My account” at the top of the page. On the following page, select “Support RaceFans”.

I want to contribute to the site but I’m not interesting in viewing it ad-free. Can I do that?

Yes, there are two ways of doing this:

1. You can leave the ‘user name’ box empty when you subscribe
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All donations are gratefully received and will go towards the cost of running, writing, producing and developing RaceFans.

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