July 2006 VRJ



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Interview: Phil Remington – John Wright speaks with the venerable engineer about his early days with Reventlow’s Scarabs and Shelby American.

Profile: Eating Crow – Ed McDonough travels Down Under to test drive the mighty Crowfoot Holden Speical.

Feature: The World’s Richest Race – Gary Horstkorta examines the 1971 face-off between Formula 1 and Formula A-The Questor Grand Prix.

Fast Lines: A Can-Am…Concours? – Pete Lyons questions how he can judge the aesthetics of Can-Am cars…in a tie no less!

Heroes: Ronnie Peterson – Robert Newman looks back at the life of the Super Swede.

Legends Speak: Three Lost Lives – Team Principal Tim Parnell looks back at his time with BRM and the Owen Racing Organisation.

Art History: England’s First – Artist Chris Phillips pays tribute to his boyhood hero Mike Hawthorn.

Hot Laps: Mid-Ohio – Skip Barber instructor Don Harple shows us the fast way around Mid-Ohio’s “Key Hole.”

Fabulous Fifties: Golden Gate – Art Evans looks back at the races held at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and the current move to revive the event.

Greatest Racecars: March 782 – Former Formula One and F2 pilot Brian Henton offers his take on one of the greatest racecars.

Last Lap: Bristol – Mike Lawrence asks the question of who the typical Bristol owner is, and comes away wishing he were one.

First Turn: Racing Dynasties

Market Guide: Formula Ford


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Dimensions 200 × 255 in


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