| 4th December 1976 - 18th June 1977 |
| Written by Stewart Wales and Geoff Kemp |
| Art by Mike White, Colin Page, Artwright Agency |
Roaring Wheels was a bizarre racing story from Wales and Kemp. Brad Foreman was leading the world championship when he was involved in a major shunt at the Indy 500. The 'accident' was caused by his Italian rival, the ruthless Luigi Solla. When Foreman returned two races later, Solla arranged another 'accident', putting him out of both the race and the McGarren team, who believed Foreman had come back too soon. He landed another drive with British aristocrat Hamish Hamilton and pushed his way back into the championship, winning despite the efforts of Solla, who lost both the crown, and his ability to walk as a result of his foulplay. The new world champion then found himself penniless, and at the mercy of Solla's boss, Antonio Bellari, who had put a contract out on Foreman. Surviving the off-season in any series where there was a prize fund, Foreman returned to F1 three rounds into the 1977 season. Bellari met with his well-deserved end, and despite the interventions of smugglers, hitmen, crooked cops and explosive devices, Foreman lifted a second crown.
The series mixed true events, Jack Brabham pushing his car across the line, Roger Williamson burning to death at Zandvoort, with fictional characters and teams, Bellari for Ferrari, McGarren for McLaren and Hamilton for Hesketh. No real driver would go through what Foreman faced, nor achieve what he achieved. Suspension of disbelief was a must, but some parts rang true and it contained a few facts and tips from the sport. Mike White's art was top-notch, Colin Page's work was capable, but the low point of the series' art were the Artwright episodes, which may have been the work of Kim Raymond.