December 2006 VRJ (The 100th Issue)



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Interview: Peter Brock – Just days before his tragic death, Ed McDonough spoke with the Australian racing legend about his incredible career.

Profile #1: Ultimate Eagle – Ed McDonough test drives one of the rarest of birds-the 1966 Eagle-Weslake GP.

Vintage Racecar-The First Issue – After 100 issues, we take a look back at our first issue…and how far we’ve come!

Profile #2: Martini Shaker – If one Profile is good, two must be better! In this bonus Profile, Peter Collins and Ed McDonough team up to tackle the mighty Lancia 037 Rally.

Fast Lines: Let’s Hail Lancia’s Hundredth! – Pete Lyons looks back at the incredible racing Lancias of the ’50s, on the occasion of Lancia’s 100th birthday.

Heroes: Pietro Bordino – Robert Newman examines the life of the veteran pre-war mechanic and racer.

Legends Speak: 1967 and the Eagle V-12 – American legend Dan Gurney recalls the trials and tribulations of racing-and winning-with his own V-12-powered Formula One car.

Art History: First Win – Artist Michael Jekot paints a vivid picture of Porsche’s first racing triumph.

Holiday Gift Guide

Hot Laps: Infineon Raceway’s Turn 3a – Skip Barber instructor Randy Buck shows us the fast way through Sears Point’s Turn 3a.

Fabulous Fifties: Going to Goodwood – Art Evans travels to England and brings back a neophyte’s impressions of the Goodwood Revival.

Greatest Racecars: Peugeot 905 – Formula One driver and Le Mans champion Mark Blundell registers his vote for the greatest racecar of all time.

Last Lap: Goodwood History – Getting all dressed up for Goodwood has gotten Mike Lawrence thinking about the roots from which the Revival came.

First Turn: The Century Mark

Market Guide: Prewar, Part II

Photo Gallery: Goodwood Revival, Zippo at the Glen, Mt. Fuji, Lime Rock, Elkhart Lake, See Red, Mid-Ohio, Spa.

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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