February 2012 VRJ



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Interview: Philippe Alliot – Mike Jiggle talks with the French racer who started with essentially nothing and ended up racing both in Formula One and at Le Mans for top teams.

Profile: 1965 BRM P261 – Ed McDonough settles into the resurrected chassis that played a seminal role in Jackie Stewart’s crusade for safety consciousness in racing.

Feature: Maximum Attack – Robert Newman digs back through the dust and the gravel to uncover the progression of rallying during the first century of the sport.

Fast Lines: Wherefore Art Thou, Alfa? – Pete Lyons looks back upon a century of Alfa Romeo history and ponders the marque’s future in the USA.

Heroes: Donald Campbell – Robert Newman assesses a man who overcame family resistance to follow in his famous father’s footsteps.

Legends Speak: Remembering Bernard – Michael Keyser recalls his friendship and collaboration with the legendary French photojournalist.

Art History: “Graham Hill’s GTO” – Dexter Brown presents his impression of the two-time world champ drifting a Ferrari at Goodwood.

Greatest Racecars: Mercedes W125 – Alain de Cadenet explains why he chose this pre-war beast, a car he actually never drove.

Last Lap: The Don – Mike Lawrence is inspired by a photograph to recognize a one-time star racer who has largely gone unremembered.

First Turn: DTM America

Hidden Treasure: 1964 Whippet Sportsracer

Market Guide: F2, Atlantic, FB

Photo Galleries: Sears Point, New Jersey, Sebring, Lime Rock, Silverstone

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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