January 2008 VRJ



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Interview: Leo Geoghegan – Patrick Quinn speaks with the Australian racing legend about tin-tops, Lotuses and how he conned Jim Clark into mowing his mum’s lawn!

Profile: Senna’s First – Ed McDonough test drives the 1984 Toleman TG184 that Ayrton Senna used to burst upon the Formula One scene.

Feature: The First Racing Rahal – Willem Oosthoek examines the life and racing career of Edmund Rahal, uncle to Indy 500 winner Bobby, and the founder of the Rahal racing dynasty.

Fast Lines: Leftists Turning Right – Pete Lyons looks back at what happened when guys who were used to only turning left, tried their hands at turning right.

Heroes: Richie Ginther – Robert Newman examines the remarkable, multifaceted career of this affable California racer.

Legends Speak: NASCAR and a little fascination for Formula One – Richard Petty travels to the Goodwood Festival of Speed and speaks up about his career, his father’s rough driving and his interest in Formula One.

Art History: “Jaguar XJR-11 at Speed” – Artist Adrian Bradbury conjures an intriguing image of the famous Group C Jaguar.

Hot Laps: Road Atlanta, Turns 10a & 10b – Skip Barber instructor Spencer Pumpelly shows us the fast way through Road Atlanta’s Turns 10a & 10b.

Fabulous Fifties: Remembering Fangio – Art Evans fondly recalls a trip to Argentina that launched a long friendship with “The Maestro.”

Greatest Racecars: Audi R8 – Le Mans champion Allan McNish registers his vote for one of the greatest racecars of all time.

Last Lap: On Being Green – Mike Lawrence addresses the “inconvenient truth” that racing-and the classic car hobby-should not suffer from “environmental guilt.”

First Turn: Automotive Tea Leaves

Hidden Treasure: 1955 Abarth 207A Spyder

Market Guide: FIA Prototype

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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