July 2010 VRJ

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Interview: Peter Gethin – Mike Jiggle investigates the adventures of a driver who enjoyed a remarkable career at the highest levels of single-seater motor racing around the world.

Profile: Forza Gilles! – Casey Annis revels in a day of hero worship as he test drives the March 76B that Gilles Villeneuve drove to the 1976 Formula Atlantic championship.

Feature: A Century of Success – Part 2 – Robert Newman concludes his history of Alfa Romeo’s 100-year involvement in international motor sports.

Fast Lines: Brett Lunger, F1 Hero – Pete Lyons remembers the day this American Grand Prix driver helped save a World Champion’s life.

Heroes: Keke Rosberg – Robert Newman examines the multi-faceted motor sports career of Finland’s first World Champion.

Legends Speak: Brabham BT46B Fan Car – John Watson tells all about Gordon Murray’s one-race-only answer to Lotus’s ground-effect advantage.

Art History: “Night Vision” – John Ketchell captures the aura of racing in the rain at night at Le Mans with this image of a Ferrari 512S.

The Golden Age: Shelby’s Indycar – Art Evans looks back to the time Carroll Shelby tried to jump on the turbine car bandwagon at Indy.

Greatest Racecars: 1987 Williams FW11B – Roberto Moreno discusses the most advanced car he ever drove in his broad-based career.

Last Lap: Credit Where Due – Mike Lawrence takes another look at the legend of Colin Chapman and how it came to be.

First Turn: Losing the Cup

Hidden Treasure: 1954 Swartley Special

Market Guide: Formula Ford

Photo Gallery: Wakefield Park, Race Retro, Silverstone, Infineon, Copperstate, Laguna Seca.

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in

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