Profile: Birkin’s Baby – Ed McDonough comes to grips with one of the most famous Bentley’s of all time-the 1929 Birkin Blower.
Interview: Kas Kastner – Kastner sets Casey Annis straight on his days as a driver, as head of Triumph’s racing efforts in the ’60s and Nissan’s GTP program.
Feature: Trans-Am ’67 – Mustang, Cougar, Camaro and Dart fought tooth-and-nail for the 1967 Trans-Am Championship. Shelby-American’s back-up driver Davey Jordan saw it all from the best seat in the house.
Fast Lines: Phil Hill-Our First Champion – Pete Lyons recalls the profound effect Phil Hill’s Formula One Championship had on him-and American racing.
Stirling Speaks: Bonneville – Sir DStirling Moss relives the heat, the salt and the challenge of MG’s 1957 assault on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Art History: “Promise Fulfilled” – Wally Thomason conjures an image of Brooks, Vandervell and the tumultuous B. R. M. effort.
Last Lap: Heroe Worship? – Mike Lawrence rediscovers Colin Chapman while sharing a V16 Cadillac with a soccer star and the designer of the Black & Decker Workmate?
First Turn: Bentley Boy
Photo Gallery: California Mille, Donington, VIR
Market Guide: Over 2-Liter GT
Product Review: Piloti Driving Shoes