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BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE

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BALLYMALOE
COOKERY
SCHOOL

Visit us in East Cork and see
our extensive production gardens,
our organic farm and full acre
of glasshouses. We also run
a wide range of Growing and
Cooking Classes all year round.
+353 (0)21 464 6785 | www.ballymaloecookeryschool.ie
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EDITORIAL - From the Editor - Henry Jones
Welcome!
The aim of BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE is to encourage and inspire boys to be whatever they want to be in
life. It is also a fashion magazine for boys of school going ages.
We welcome ideas, comments and suggestions for relevant articles about boys from anywhere in the world.
BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE is a free downloadable PDF publication that currently comes out four times a year,
we hope to increase frequency soon.
In this first issue, you will find articles about a number of such boys - some successful in sports, some in
business, some in acting and some in other fields of interest. All of the contributors in this issue wanted to pass
on their knowledge and their stories to help other boys choose potential career paths or simply new hobbies and
interests! We have also added in a special Fashion Focus article on the subject of underwear!
BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE will expand and grow with your help and support. We are also launching our
own Academy which will give interested boys the chance to model all types of fashions within our pages in
forthcoming issues. If you are interested please see: boystuffmagazine.com/become-a-model/
So if you are a boy of school going age reading this and you have an idea that could feature in BOYSTUFF
MAGAZINE please do not hesitate to contact us: boystuffweb@gmail.com We would be delighted to hear
from you!
Enjoy this, the first ever issue of BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE. Thank you for reading and we look forward to
the next issue and beyond! And please spread the word about #boystuffmagazine to your friends and also to
potential advertisers, all of whom would be most welcome to advertise with us!

CONTENTS
05 - BOYS IN MOTORSPORT
We chat to Lucca Allen, the Irish karting champion who is
heading for Formula One….

35 - KICK THE BALL, LAD!
12 year old Ben Stevely wants to be the next Messi. Here’s
how….

11 - NEWS
New products and software from Apple, Samsung exploding
tablets withdrawn, Eton schoolboys get meeting with Putin, and
more….

37 - ENTREPRENEURSHIPS!
Jack Manning is still at school yet makes extra money by being
a young businessman. He tells you how to succeed….

13 - FASHION FOCUS
Underwear. It’s essential, we all wear it but it is not often
discussed. Until now, that is….

41 - POP MUSIC
Bars and Melody consists of two teenage boys who started off
on a television talent show in the UK. They have subsequently
become one of the best acts around….

23 - DESIGNING FOR LEGO
It’s not just adults who design the latest LEGO sets. One boy
from the UK is trying to get a new design approved and we are
helping him….

45 - CLASSICAL MUSIC
Libera are an all boys choir from London, UK, who tour the
globe and have had a number of top selling album releases over
the past few years….

25 - BATTING FOR GLORY
Harrison Carlyon is only 15 years old but has already been
selected to play for his National cricket team. He tells us all
about cricket….

52 - THEATRE REVIEW
Billy Elliot - The Musical - has been running in London for
eleven years but has now embarked on a major tour of the
British Isles. One boy went to see it in Dublin for us….

28 - ACTING UP
Two of the world’s finest boy actors give us their takes on how
to be successful in acting and modelling.

54 - GOING LIVE
Broadcasting on YouNow and making videos for YouTube is
fast becoming a popular pastime for boys of all ages. We speak
to a few of them….


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BOYS IN MOTORSPORT
For any boy who is interested in Motorsport, getting started is often a dream that is out of the reach of
most except the lucky few. Motorsport does cost a lot of money to get involved with, you rely on
sponsorship and a lot of luck, together with the support of your friends and family. But the idea of
hurtling around a race track at speeds of up to 200MPH and beyond, despite the fact that doing that
alone would alarm most parents, appeals to boys like Lucca Allen, who is from Ireland, and who has
his eyes very firmly set on making it all the way to the top - as in becoming a Formula One driver.
BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE got in touch with 14 year old Lucca, who during 2016 continues to enjoy
success in the local Karting scene. Lucca is the youngest son of Rachel Allen, who is a well known
celebrity chef in Ireland, having written several cookery books and presented on television too. The
Allen family are all involved in the cookery or restaurant trade, having set up the Ballymaloe brand
some years ago. Here is what Lucca has to say:

Name: Lucca Allen.
Year of birth: 2002.
Month of birth: June.
Current height: 5f 10’'.
Current waist size: 28’'.
Current weight: 59kg.

What age were you when you took part in your
very first competitive motor race?

I was 9 years old when I first started racing
Cadet karts.
What age were you when you won your first
competitive motor race?
I think I was 10 or 11 when I got my first win in
my second year racing. I was 12 when I won my
first national championship.
What age were you when you first drove a car of any sort and what type of car was it?
I live on a farm so I started driving the lawnmower and small tractors from quite a young age. When I
was 10 I got an old Hyundai i30 for a couple of hundred pounds which I used to race around the fields.
Have you ever suffered from any serious bullying or banter from other children as a result of being
a well known young motorsports star?
Fortunately no, but of course there is always a bit of friendly but sometimes heated rivalry at the track
at race weekends!! But of course we all shake hands at the end of the weekend and look forward to the
next meeting.
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What would you say to any other boy out there who seriously wants to get involved with motorsports
but does not really know how to do so?
Karting is really the only place to start if you are younger than 15. I would suggest you do the same as
I did which was to buy a cheap second kart that's just good enough to race and if you like it and decide
to continue you can slowly start upgrading it bit by bit with a newer engine, chassis etc until you have
a competitive race winning kart. Having a Dad or uncle who knows a bit about mechanics is also a
great help and can keep costs down a bit.
Who are your Motorsport heroes, for example Formula One stars, etc?
For me anyone that gets to formula one is a hero. All 22 drivers on the grid are world class but one of
my favourites from the past would have to be Eddie Irvine, great character and an amazing driver.
Name any other well known Motorsport people that you have actually met?
I met Mika Hakkinen at Nice airport once. I got his autograph after I nervously walked up and greeted
myself!
Where do you get your racing suit from, and are you at the stage yet where you have to wear
protective flameproof underwear?
FreeM Italia or Sparco! In karting we don't need to wear any flameproof under clothing.
Tell our readers about all the different parts of your racing suit including all protection aids that you
wear?
A well made suit will always fit you better and can make a big difference to your comfort in the car, it's
worth spending a little extra on a good suit. The dense material that the suits are made from make them
almost impossible to tear and you then have extra padding on vulnerable areas like knees, elbows and
shoulders. I also wear a separate solid rib protector under my suit.
Tell our readers about how you managed to get sponsorship, and how any other boys who wants to
get involved in motorsports might be able to obtain sponsorship?
Getting sponsorship is not only about how you preform on track but it depends on your social
behaviour, how you present yourself and your character also! I try my best to be always smiling and be
good representative for my sponsors. Luckily a few of my sponsors come from our family businesses! .
There is a great on line sponsorship course by a guy called Brian Sims you can buy for about £115. I've
found that really helpful. You will find it at www.thesponsorshipbusiness.com .
Your Mother is a well known celebrity chef, so obviously your diet is spot on. This will bode well for
your future plans to get into Formula One, you would agree?
Absolutely, even at the stage I'm at, at the moment it's incredible how seriously everyone takes fitness
and nutrition. If you can't to compete at your peek for the whole weekend you simply have to be super
fit and super healthy.
What is your favourite dish as prepared by your Mother?
A nice juicy Sirloin steak with Béarnaise sauce. And see my recipe for my home made burger with
Ballymaloe relish - it’s really nice!

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You are hoping to progress to Formula One via Ginetta Juniors, and which other series, Formula
MSA and others (please name)?
Yes, Ginetta seems to be the perfect steeping stone to the bigger single seater formulas. So after a year
or two in Ginettas I would hope to be racing MSA Formula Ford (or Formula 4) onto F3 then onto
GP2. There are many different paths but that seems to be the most common! Or I might jump straight
to Formula 4 next year when I turn 15 as that is the minimum age for that particular single-seater class.
So you could become Ireland's next Formula One star before you leave your teenage years? Will
you be able to cope with the fame and fortune that comes with that?
If I do make it to Formula 1, I reckon I'll be able to cope with anything. Especially the fame and
fortune.
In terms of your fashion likes, what brand names do you like wearing?
For casual occasions I like to shop in TOPMAN or River Island for clothes and Footlocker or JD for
shoes. But if I need something smart to wear Brown Thomas have a great selection of designer brands!
(Editor’s note: for those that are not from Ireland, Brown Thomas is a high street department store
stocking multiple designer brands!).
So Lucca is very much hoping to follow in the footsteps of other boys who are on similar pathways to
fame and fortune, the most recent and well known of which would have to be Max Verstappen, the 18
year old Dutch Formula One superstar who not only became the youngest ever person to be given a
seat in that Formula, but who became the youngest ever winner of an F1 race by winning the Spanish
Grand Prix in 2016!
BOYSTUFF MAGAZINE wishes Lucca all the very best in his future career, and we hope to be able
to catch up with him in later issues as he makes progress through the ranks. We also hope to feature
other Motorsport boys as time progresses, and we hope that this article has inspired any other boys
who would like to get involved in Motorsport!
Lucca's Beef Burger with Ballymaloe Relish
Serves 4 – 6 people

15g butter

450g minced beef

110g chopped onions

2 tbsp Ballymaloe Country Relish

Salt and freshly ground pepper

1 tsp fresh thyme leaves, chopped

1 egg, beaten (ideally free range)

55g flour, seasoned

Olive oil for frying
Melt the butter in a pan, add the onions, cover and sweat until soft. Allow to cool and then mix in a
bowl with all the other ingredients. Cook a little of the mixture in a pan and taste to check seasoning.
Shape into burgers and toss in seasoned flour, patting off excess. Fry at a medium heat, turning as
required until fully cooked.
Serve on a toasted bun with cheese shavings, lettuce and a dollop of Ballymaloe Relish. Delicious!

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