February 2011 VRJ



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Interview: Sir Frank Williams – Mike Jiggle sits down with one of Grand Prix racing’s most successful independent team owners to discuss his love for the sport and the sometimes terrible toll that can come with it.

Profile: 1964 Lotus 30 – Ed McDonough climbs aboard one of the most maligned examples of Lotus racing car ever constructed and comes away with a surprising impression.

Feature: Heads or Tails – We poll experts from around the world on the benefits and/or detriments of head and neck restraint systems (HANS) in historic racing.

Fast Lines: Will Future Racecars Endure? – Pete Lyons wonders whether today’s crop of racing cars can achieve the same iconic status as those of the past.

Heroes: Alan Jones – Robert Newman remembers the Australian who brought Williams F1 its first World Championship.

Legends Speak: Lotus Powered by Ford – Doug Stokes recounts his relationship with a racecar bought for its name.

Art History: “260.841” – Klaus Wagger puts his passion for Porsche’s 917 onto canvas while commemorating one race’s fastest lap.

The Golden Age: Training to Race – Art Evans looks back at the very first race driving schools to spring up in the United States.

Greatest Racecars: 1991 Jaguar XJR-14 – Martin Brundle recalls his exploits in the radical Ross Brawn-designed Silk Cut prototype racer.

Last Lap: Lost Coachbuilders – Mike Lawrence ruminates over the realities that have led to the demise of specialist coachbuilders.

First Turn: The Doctor Prescribes Regularity

Hidden Treasure: 1965 Megalomania

Market Guide: F2/Atlantic/FB

Photo Gallery: Wakefield Park, Infineon, Donington Park, Rallylegend, Silverstone, Road Atlanta, Sebring, Phoenix.

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Dimensions 210 × 268 in


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