April 2013 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Phil Remington – In tribute to the life and career of one of racing’s true artists, we reprise John Wright’s 2006 conversation with the acknowledged master.

Profile: Red Dragon – James Beckett climbs behind the wheel of arguably one of the most significant early Aston Martins-the ex-Richard Seaman 1936 Speed Model.

Feature: Extraordinary Men – Mike Matune Jr. revisits a tale of exceptional courage that bound six men together in the heat of heroism.

Fast Lines: Getting It Right – Pete Lyons ponders the realities of modern-day “journalism” compared to how he learned his craft.

Heroes: Mika Hakkinen – Robert Newman looks back on the career of Finland’s only two-time Formula One World Champion.

Legends Speak: Winning Wasn’t Everything – Rosemary Smith remembers when females weren’t uncommon competitors in international rallying.

Art History: “Bugatti in Paris” – Barry Rowe depicts the 2nd place finishing Bugatti Type 30 after its successful French Grand Prix debut.

Greatest Racecars: Lotus 49-Ford DFV – Tiff Needell, in a switch selects a car that he did ot actually drive, but he has a good explanation.

Last Lap: Patch and Other Tales – Mike Lawrence reviews a collection of racing’s inventive explanations and superstitions.

First Turn: Lucky John.

Hidden Treasure: 1950s Something or Other

Market Guide: Under 2-Liter Sports Racer

Photo Galleries: St. George’s Barracks, Sydney, Palm Beach


Profile: Captain of Industry – 1956 Maserati A6G/54 Allemano

Interview: John Amette – Ferrari Classiche

Feature: The Royal Ferraris of Belgium – The Cars of King Leopold III

The Restorers: Classic Investments

Driven: 1965 Austin Mini Cooper S MkI

Photo Gallery: Barrett-Jackson, Scottsdale, RM Auctions, Scottsdale, Retromobile, Concorso d’Eleganza at the Breakers, Classic Sports Sunday, Mar-a-Lago

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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