Interview: David Hobbs – Part 2 – John Zimmermann concludes his discussion with the Englishman as they talk about the later years of his driving career and his move into broadcasting.
Profile: 1924 Bugatti Type 13 – Ed McDonough climbs aboard one of Ettore Bugatti’s earliest endeavors to discover what it was really like to drive one of the world’s first lightweight cars.
Feature: Head of Red, Foot of Lead – John Zimmermann kicks off our Indy 500 Centennial coverage, by shedding some light upon one of the classic race’s more enigmatic winners.
Fast Lines: When Indy Was Awesome – Pete Lyons remembers how the sound of a particular racing engine helped hook him forever on the sport.
Heroes: Carlo Pintacuda – Robert Newman looks back on the career of the great Florentine driver who twice won the Mille Miglia.
Legends Speak: Oriental Surprise – Bob Earl discusses the novel circumstances surrounding his unexpected victory in the 1981 Macau Grand Prix.
Art History: “Goodwood Legend” – Fabrice Lachavanne captures Jim Clark’s Aston Martin going by Stirling Moss’s Ferrari at Goodwood in 1961.
The Golden Age: Racing Corvettes – Art Evans recalls the early years of Corvette racing, and trying to keep up with them in his Jaguar XK120.
Greatest Racecars: 1978 Renault R5 Alpine – Jean Ragnotti gives his vote, for most enjoyable car he drove in competition, to a rather unlikely little car.
Last Lap: Goodwood’s Good Bloke – Mike Lawrence recounts the adventures of Freddy March, the Ninth Duke of Richmond and Gordon.
First Turn: Historic Professionals
Hidden Treasure: 1950 Ducati Privateer GS
Market Guide: FIA Sports Prototypes
Photo Gallery: Lime Rock, Portland, Watkins Glen, Murwillumbah, Goodwood, Road America