April 2006 VRJ



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Interview: Dave Jordan – Casey Annis speaks with this unassuming racer about his remarkable career in sports cars and international endurance racing.

Profile: Three of a Kind – Our man “Down Under,” Patrick Quinn, test drives one of three Australian-built Jolus Formula Juniors.

Feature: The 100-Year Legend – On the eve of its 100th anniversary, Robert Newman embarks on a two-part look at the history of the famed Targa Florio.

Feature: Tour Britannia – Ed McDonough tackles Europe’s newest competitive road rally event in a ’30s Talbot.

Fast Lines: W Nino – Pete Lyons looks back at his brief romance with Italy’s Targa Florio.

Heroes: Jean Behra – Robert Newman remembers one of France’s great post-war racing legends.

Legends Speak: My Time as a Driver – FIA president Max Mosley recalls his early days as a driver in Formula 2.

Art History: Scuderia Fillipinetti – Photographer Jamie Hankin renders a haunting tribute to the famed Swiss race team.

Hot Laps: Laguna Seca Turn 11 – Skip Barber Cheif Instructor Rob Slonaker shows us the fast way through Laguna Seca’s final turn.

Fabulous Fifties: My First Sports Car – Art Evans remembers the many twists and turns he took with his first sports car – a Jaguar XK120.

Greatest Racecars: BRM V-16 – Ex-BRP chief engineer Tony Robinson makes his pick for the greatest racecar of all time.

Last Lap: John Brierley – Mike Lawrence explains how a local pub owner with a camera helped change the face of British motor-sport.

First Turn: Don’t Call Me Junior

Market Guide: Under -2-liter Sports Racers

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Dimensions 186 × 235 in


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