August 2014 VRJ/VRC

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VINTAGE RACECAR

Interview: Sir Stirling Moss – Ian Wagstaff visits with the British racing legend to discuss his experiences racing monoposto Maseratis.

Profile: Pit Bull – Sean Smith samples the 1957 Maserati 450S raced by such legends as Fangio, Gregory, Hall and Shelby.

Feature: The Brothers and Others – In the first of a two-part series, Robert Newman examines the racing history of Maserati from its inception to 1939.

Heroes: Luigi Villoresi – Robert Newman assesses the many successes enjoyed by this native son of Milan in Maserati racecars.

Legends Speak: The Last Birdcage – Bill Krause discusses his victory in the 1960 L. A. Times Grand Prix at Riverside driving a Birdcage Maserati.

Art History: “Maserati 450S” – Matthew Stevens depicts the beauty he finds in the famed Maserati racecar in a nearly abstract form.

Greatest Racecars: Maserati 300S – Musician Mark Knopfler explains why he loves the particular example of Maserati craftsmanship that he races.

Last Lap: Alfieri’s Due – Mike Lawrence examines the role played by Giulio Alfieri in the survival of the Maserati marque.

First Turn: The Brothers Maserati

Fast Exposure: The Maestro, Juan Manuel Fangio, bends his Maserati A6GCM into the South Curve at the Nürburgring during the German Grand Prix on August 2, 1953.

Hidden Treasure: 1954 Kurtis 500C-Maserati

Market Guide: Under 2-Liter GT

Photo Galleries: Road Atlanta, Donington Park, Monaco, Road America, Sears Point

VINTAGE ROADCAR

Profile: Last of the Line – 1961 OSCA 1600 GT2 Fissore Coupe

Interview: Willem Oosthoek – Author, Maserati Club Historian

Feature: Maserati e Zagato – The Good, the Bad…But Never the Ugly

Feature: Maserati – According to McGrath – Venerable UK authority reveals what to look for in late-model Maseratis.

Driven – 1961 Maserati 3500 GT Vignale Spider

Photo Gallery – Villa d’Este Concours, Indy Celebration of Automobiles, Mille Miglia

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in

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