December 1999 VRJ



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Profile: Molsheim Mystery – Ed McDonough unravels the tale of one of Bugatti’s most successful Grand Prix racers – the Type 51.

Interview: Denise McCluggage – Ryan Delane speaks with the First Lady of racing.

Feature: Lotus 49: The Story of a Legend – Michael Oliver examines one of the most significant Grand Prix cars of the modern era in this excerpt from his new book.

Feature: Coppa D’Oro delle Dolomiti – Robert Newman enjoys a unique rally through the Dolomites.

First Turn: Bull Market or Market Bull? – Should you be buying or selling? The answer is both!

Fast Lines: Earle and the Earl – Pete Lyons speaks with two influential racers on the resurgence of the Goodwood Motor circuit and the joys of driving in the rain.

Vintage Guy: Would’a, Could’a, Should’a – Tim Considine explores the history of what could have been one of America’s greatest Grand Prix stars – Phil Walters.

Art History: BRM P2616 at Monaco – Wally Thomason recalls one of Graham Hill’s finest victories.

Race Prep: Fasteners – Carroll Smith asks the question, “Do you have the right nuts?”

Last Lap: What It Means Is… – Edmond Stoops consults, “The New Racer’s Dictionary.”

Market Guide: Under 2-liter GT.

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