April 2007 VRJ



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Interview: Richard Attwood – Mike Jiggle speaks with the 1970 Le Mans winner about his historic win and his trials and tribulations in F1.

Profile: Unstoppable Force – Casey Annis becomes the first journalist to test drive one of the world’s fastest racecars, the 1991 Toyota Eagle MKIII GTP.

Featurette: Applecross Grand Prix – Patrick Quinn explores the history and resurrection of Australia’s wartime “Patriotic Races.”

Feature: The Final Countdown – Robert Newman examines the Mille Miglia’s final, tragic running in 1957.

Fast Lines: Bikes – Pete Lyons takes a temporary detour to reflect on his lifelong obsession with performance motorcycles.

Heroes: Bernd Rosemeyer – Robert Newman examines the fascinating career of pre-war Auto Union-ace Bernd Rosemeyer.

Legends Speak: Backwards Lime Rock – Famed road racer, writer and commentator Sam Posey takes a hilarious look at Lime Rock’s most unusual event-and no, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke!

Art History: 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico – Photographer Jamie Hankin takes an inspired look at Ferrari’s seminal Carrera Panamericana challenger.

Hot Laps: Moroso’s Turn 2a/2b – Skip Barber instructor Carl Lopez shows us the fast way through Moroso Motorsport Park’s Turn 2a/2b.

Fabulous Fifties: The Infamous 1958 Cuba GP – Art Evans takes a very revealing look at the racing, revolution and debauchery surrounding Cuba’s 1958 Grand Prix for sports cars.

Greatest Racecars: Jaguar XJ13 – Former Jaguar chief test-engineer Norman Dewis registers his vote for the greatest racecar of all time.

Last Lap: Two Wheels Off – Mike Lawrence explores the question of why John Surtees was the last motorcycle champion to successfully transition from two wheels to four.

First Turn: Rules Are Rules

Market Guide: 2-Liter Sports Racers

Photo Gallery: Best of 2006


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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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