January 2012 VRJ



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Interview: John Fitzpatrick – Casey Annis speaks with the Englishman about his many championships, winning Daytona and why single-seaters held no allure for him.

Profile: 1984 March 84G-Porsche – Ed McDonough samples the car that succeeded the South African Kreepy Krauly team’s Daytona 24 Hours winner from 1984.

Feature: Five from Fifty – John Zimmermann reviews a significant race from each decade as we salute the Rolex 24 at Daytona’s Golden Anniversary.

Fast Lines: Mystery Car Reborn – Pete Lyons renews acquaintances with a Can-Am Special he photographed years ago, and then forgot.

Heroes: Alessandro Zanardi – Robert Newman appreciates the Italian who overcame devastating adversity to become an inspiration for all.

Legends Speak: Alternative View – Tom Claridge offers a different perspective on the complex personality of Peter Gregg.

Art History: “Two Racing Legends” – Neil Podbery uses monochromatic oils to portray a pair of legends, Mercedes’ 300 SLR and Juan Manuel Fangio.

Greatest Racecars: Reynard 01-Honda – Gil de Ferran explains why this particular Reynard Indycar ranks as his ultimate ride.

Last Lap: Potpourri – Mike Lawrence digs through his “incomplete” file for a look at some great ideas, he never managed to finish.

First Turn: Death of Innocence

Hidden Treasure: 1957 Bandini Sport Internazionale

Market Guide: FIA Sports Prototypes

Photo Galleries: Donington, Portland, Road America, Watkins Glen, Silverstone, Coronado, Wakefield Park, Laguna Seca


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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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