February 2010 VRJ

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Interview: Charlie Whiting – Mike Jiggle sits down with the FIA’s Safety Delegate to discuss his long career in the sport and his current responsibilities as the governing body’s go-to-guy for all aspects of participant safety.

Profile: Oy V.A.Y.! – Casey Annis climbs behind the wheel of the 1958 & 1959 Canada Class-winning V.A.Y. Special…and doesn’t want to get out!

Feature: 2010 Safety Guide – Our annual look at safety gear and issues including:

* Helmet Buyer’s Guide

* Fire System Technology

* A cautionary tale of vintage friends and scattershields

Fast Lines: Legends of the Trans-Am – Pete Lyons reports on the joys of one of our favorite championships from the site of its recent reunion.

Heroes: Michele Alboreto – Robert Newman remembers the respectful and reserved Italian who became a Grand Prix star.

Legends Speak: Surviving ’94 – Karl Wendlinger looks back on the most critical year of his career, the one that nearly cost him his life.

Art History: “Sleeping Beauty” – Josh Boyall exercises exquisite artistry in painting an Aston Martin DB5 in the process of restoration.

Hot Laps: Cadwell Park’s Mountain Complex – Skip Barber alumnus Simon Kirkby talks us through the trickiest portion of the remote British club circuit.

Fabulous Fifties: The Birth of the Tiger – Art Evans tells how Sunbeam’s docile Alpine was transformed into a fire-breathing, Ford-engined racer.

Greatest Racecars: 1989 Porsche 962 – Desire Wilson recalls the drives she enjoyed in one of Porsche’s most legendary racing machines.

Last Lap: The Arundell Challenge – Mike Lawrence revisits a bet engineered by Lotus driver Peter Arundell that stopped criticism in its tracks.

First Turm: Lumch with Barry

Hidden Treasure: 1951 Ferrari 195 Inter

Market Guide: F2, FB, Formula Atlantic

Photo Gallery: Tour Britannia, Autobahn CC, Targa Florio, Algarve, Phoenix International, Thunderhill

 

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Dimensions 210 × 268 in

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