February 2014 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Don Nichols – John Zimmermann queries the Shadow Team Leader about hs memories from a decade at the top of the sport.

Profile: Shaken, Not Stirred – James Beckett test drives the unique 1959 Bond, a FWD Formula Junior that, had it debuted a year or two earlier, might have been a title contender.

Feature: John Von Neumann Remembered – Art Evans recounts the life and times of a friend and neighbor who had a big role in California car culture.

Heroes: John Surtees – Robert Newman remembers the only man to win World Championships on both two and four wheels.

Legends Speak: Rock Bottom to Beating Senna – Martin Brundle tells of his Formula Three adventures and encounters with a young Ayrton Senna da Silva.

Art History: “James Hunt on the Grid” – Tom Havlasek captures the ’76 F1 World Champion and his McLaren M23 as they await the green flag.

Greatest Racecars: Matra MS670 – Henri Pescarolo explains why he considers the French car with which he first won Le Mans to be his favorite.

Last Lap: Weighty Issues – Mike Lawrence ruminates about the size and shape of F1 drivers and their ability to fit into their cars.

First Turn: The Ugliness of the Wind Tunnel

Hidden Treasurer: 1923 Ford Model T A/SR

Market Guide: F2/Atlantic/FB

Photo Galleries: VIR, Sywell Aerodrome, Sears Point, Silverstone, Lime Rock


Profile: Thunder Road – 1963 AC Cobra

Interview: Simon Moore – Automotive Archeologist, Author and Pre-War Alfa Romeo Expert

Feature: Art Deco and the Automobile – Deco in the Rest of the World

Driven: Austin-Healey 3000 Mk III BJ8

Photo Gallery: Shannons Day, Danville Concours d’Elegance, Fraser-Nash Raid, New England, Art Center Classic, London to Brighton

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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