Interview: Scooter Patrick – In honor of his recent passing, we revisit Casey Annis’ interview with the Porsche and sports car legend.
Profile: Bathurst Special – Patrick Quinn tries out the Ford Cortina that won the Armstrong 500, Australia’s premier motor race, in 1965.
Feature: An African Racing Adventure – Robert Young tells the story of Brud Bishop, a journalist who created the first South African Grand Prix.
Heroes: Tom Kristensen – Robert Newman examines the multiple career accomplishments of endurance racing’s Great Dane.
Legends Speak: Dad’s Grand Prix Debut – Jeremy Rivers-Fletcher remembers his father’s introduction to racing riding with Malcolm Campbell.
Art History: “Porsche U2-7” – Arthur Benjamins commemorates Tony Adamowicz’s U2L Trans-Am championship winning 911 from 1968.
Greatest Racecars: Mini Cooper S – John Rhodes explains why he considers BMC’s revolutionary front-driver his favorite mount.
Last Lap: Tiga Tale – Howden Ganley discusses becoming a racecar constructor and deciding what to name the cars.
First Turn: Battle for McLaren
Hidden Treasure: 1950 Simca 8 Sport Cabriolet
Market Guide: Can-Am
Photo Galleries: Lime Rock, Nogaro, Watkins Glen, Goodwood, Road America
By Design: Is the Abarth Carrera the Grandfather of the 911?
Profile: Sophistication – 1948 Delahaye 13M Cabriolet
Interview: Noëlle Chapron – Daughter of Famed Coach Builder Henri Chapron
Feature: The Mother of All Cobras – 1952 Allard J2X
Driven: 1952 Siata 300BC
Photo Gallery: All British Day, Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance, Salon Privé Concours d’Elegance, Windsor Castle Concours d’Elegance, Cars in the Claydons, Goodwood Pre-’66 Roadcars.
Showcase: Product Review