Interview: Bruce Burness
Profile: 1950 Trimax Formula Three – One of the very first racecars to feature monocoque construction.
Feature: Sweet Revenge at Eagle Mountain – How Carroll Shelby exacted retribution for a controversial loss at Sebring in 1955.
Fast Lines: Looking Good – Pete Lyons considers the necessity for racing cars to be as beautiful to look at as they are on the timesheet.
Heroes: René Dreyfus – Robert Newman examines the life and multiple careers of the French-born racer and restaurateur.
Legends Speak: Memories of Archie – Jack Sears remembers his friend, countryman and teammate, physically challenged Archie Scott-Brown.
Art History: “1929 Chrysler Model 75” – Michael Jekot depicts the restored competition roadster in the Gobi Desert during 2007’s Peking-to-Paris Rally.
Greatest Racecars: 1985 Porsche 962C – Bernd Schneider reveals the reason he adored driving one of Porsche’s most successful racing cars.
Last Lap: Anon – Mike Lawrence ruminates about the existence of genius, from Shakespeare to the likes of Chapman and Reynard.
First Turn: Race and Road
Hidden Treasure: 1959 Abarth Allemano Coupe
Market Guide: Under 2-liter Sports Racer
Photo Galleries: Sandown, Chuckwalla, Sebring, Birmingham NEC, Wakefield Park, Rétromobile
Profile: Ricart’s Jewel – 1956 Pegaso Z-102B Panoråmica Coupé
Feature: Art Deco & The Automobile – Part One in a Series
Interview: Clive Cussler – American Adventure Novelist, Classic Car Collector
The Restorers – Ecurie Bertelli
Photo Gallery: Winter Challenge, Monaco, Russo & Steele, Bonhams, Barrett-Jackson, RM Auctions, Gooding & Co., Rétromobile, Cavallino Classic.