Interview: Legends of Can-Am, Part 1 – In the first of a two-part interview, Pete Lyons leads a round-table discussion with some of the living legends of the Can-Am.
Profile: Big Talbot – Ed McDonough test drives several Talbot 105s that comprised the 1934 works race team.
Feature: Ron Grable – Renaissance Man – Gary Horstkorta examines the unusual life and career of Ron Grable, a true Renaissance man who excelled not only at racing, but also as an engineer, restaurateur, writer and even aerobatic pilot.
Fast Lines: Crew Persons – Pete Lyons looks back at the wild, and sometime wacky, antics of team personnel in the ’60s and ’70s.
Heroes: Mike Hawthorn – Robert Newman examines one of the watershed events in Mike Hawthorn’s career-the 1953 French Grand Prix at Reims.
Legends Speak: Racing for BMW – F2 and touring car champion Dieter Quester recalls his time racing for BMW and how he talked his way out of Formula One!
Art History: Virage de Massenet – Artist Gulay Berryman paints a portrait of the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix.
Hot Laps: Brands Hatch’s Paddock Bend – Skip Barber instructor Pete Argetsinger shows us the fast way through Brands Hatch’s Paddock Bend.
Fabulous Fifties: Plan Ahead – Art Evans assembles his list of “automotive wonders of the world” that every self-respecting enthusiast should see before he goes to that big paddock in the sky.
Greatest Racecars: Williams FWII – Formula One and Indy car champion Nigel Mansell registers his pick for the greatest racecar of all time.
Last Lap: Connaught – Mike Lawrence laments the “appropriation” of historic names, most recently that of Connaught.
First Turn: The Ground Effect
Market Guide: FIA Prototype