February 2017 VR



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Interview:  Mike Costin – Mike Jiggle sits down with half of Cosworth’s brain trust to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the DFV.

Profile:  Sculptured Racer – Mike Jiggle examines a unique interpretation of the Formula One rules from an innovative designer, the 1972 Eifelland Type 21.

Feature:  Fiat Sets the Pace – Karl Ludvigsen digs into the history of Fiat to unearth its seminal role in the development of the sport.

Heroes:  Johnny Herbert – Robert Newman remembers a lad who survived a nasty bone-smashing crash to star in both F1 and sports cars.

Legends Speak:  My Brief Encounter with F1 – John Boyes recalls how he came to be working with March engineering on cars for Peterson and Lauda.

Art History:  “Low Flyers” –  Ian Guy combines two onrushing speed genres to capture the attention of his art’s beholders.

Greatest Racecars:  BMW M3 – Bernard de Dryver discusses how and why he chose BMW’s M3 over Porsche’s legendary 956.

Last Lap:  Wooden Wonders – Howden Ganley revisits the time when wood was considered a viable construction material for cars.

First Turn:  Ahoy, Colin!

Hidden Treasure:  1965 DKW Special

Market Guide:  F2/FB/Atlantic

Photo Galleries:  Le Castellet, Silverstone, Imola, Goodwood, Austin, Daytona


By Design:  Maserati Ghibli

Profile:  Sassy Intercepter – 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria

Interview:  Rick Marks – Australian Collector Extraordinaire

Feature:  Genevieve – The Making of the Film

Driven:   1961 Austin-Healey Sprite

Photo Gallery:   The Art of Bugatti Exhibit, Motorclassica Australia, ArtCenter Classic 2016, Lancaster Insureance Classic Motor Show, London to Brighton Veteran Car Run 2016

Showcase:   Product Review


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