July 2012 VRJ


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Interview: Christabel Carlisle – Mike Jiggle quizzes one of England’s earliest lady drivers about the origins and highlights of her career.

Profile: Humphrey – Ed McDonough test drives the famous 1936 E.R.A. R11B affectionately nicknamed for one of the company founders.

Feature: 1953 Watkins Glen – Carl Goodwin returns us once more to the days when races were run on the public roads of upstate New York.

Fast Lines: The Komplizierte Kompressoren – Pete Lyons recounts his initial encounters with the first Penske Panzer to dominate the Can-Am.

Heroes: Giovanni Bracco – Robert Newman remembers the Italian industrialist who became one of Ferrari’s most respected drivers.

Legends Speak: BMW Baptism by Fire – Jim Busby relates the difficulties and delights he experienced racing his raucous BMW 320i Turbo.

Art History: “Kings of Monaco” – Fabrice Lachavanne portrays the duel between Moss and Fangio during the 1956 GP of Monte Carlo.

Greatest Racecars: Ferrari 250LM – Chris Rea explains why he considers this particular Ferrari the most memorable one he ever drove.

Last Lap: MGB – Mike Lawrence celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of Britain’s most revered everyday sports cars.

First Turn: Totalitarian Grand Prix

Hidden Treasure: 1936 Bromme Spl.

Market Guide: Formula Ford

Photo Galleries: Hampton Downs, Sears Point, Pomona Fairgrounds, Silverstone, Road Atlanta, Donington.


Profile: Heavenly Body – 1930 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Flying Star Roadster

Interview: Leslie Kendall – Curator of the Petersen Automotive Museum

Feature: Iconic Swan Song – The Alfa Romeo 8C

Photo Gallery – Auctions America, RACV Classic Showcase, Concours d’Elegance of Texas, Keels & Wheels Concours d’Elegance, California Mille, 6th Annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance

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Dimensions 420 × 269 in


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