Motoring with Lady Strakes Column: ‘Knight Racer turns Japanese cars from mice into monsters’

Milton Keynes petrolhead Lady Strakes explains how Albert Wong’s Bletchley-based business has thrived over the last decade by serving the needs of Japanese performance car owners in MK and beyond…

Hello Celebrate:MK readers, this month I’d like to introduce you to Knight Racer.

The business was launched by Albert Wong (pictured) over a decade ago to import Japanese performance cars, but it has grown to offer an all-round range of services – including high performance tuning – under one roof.

There is a huge Japanese import fetish here in MK but, back in the day, Japanese performance cars were considered a grey import and aftermarket parts were incredibly difficult to get hold of, so you had virtually no chance of finding a part in stock in the UK.

That is until Knight Racer came along, of course. Knight Racer turns the likes of Toyota Supras, Nissan Skylines and Evos from mice into monsters.

Take a look at Albert’s YouTube channel ‘AlbertKR’ to see how much hard work and commitment goes into these machines, providing bespoke services to customers that they request on demand.

If you want to boost your baby to the max, including, body kits, remaps, customised fittings, or just the basic service – the list is endless from gadgets to merch – Knight Racer is the place to go.

Their team of enthusiasts offer everything the Japanese car owner is looking for and you can also find them at the next major show, including the Sharnbrook supercar meet.

Albert would like to hear from you if you own a Japanese car and is offering a fantastic offer to Celebrate:MK readers. Just visit the website and quote ‘celebmk’ to receive 10% off online orders until July 2020.

You can find Knight Racer at units 2-6, 16 Watling Street, Bletchley, MK2 2BL or call them on 01908 379118. That’s all for this month, folks!

If you would like your business to be featured in a future motoring column by Lady Strakes, drop an email to

This feature was published in the February 2020 issue of Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine. Read the full magazine above or by clicking on this link.

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