July 2013 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Chris Cord – John Zimmermann discusses racing exploits with a man for whom automobiles were the family business.

Profile: Fast Tubes – Patrick Quinn samples Bob Britton’s 1969 Rennmax BN3 Formula Two design and finds it impressive.

Feature: Ferrari According to Forghieri-Part 1 – Robert Newman examines the role of long time Ferrari designer Mauro Forghieri in the Scuderia’s successes.

Fast Lines: Does this Mean War? – Pete Lyons ruminates about the apparent absence of sportsmanship in modern-day Grand Prix racing.

Heroes: Hermann Lang – Robert Newman explores the racing achievements of a late-blooming German racing champion.

Legends Speak: The Friendly Circuit – Chris Meek discusses his involvement with Mallory Park, one of England’s most historic racing venues.

Art History: “The Bentley Boys-Le Mans 1929” – Matthew Keeler offers a unique, multi-colored take on the victorious works Bentley team in France.

Greatest Racecars: Porsche 962 – Rupert Keegan explains why he considers the German Group C machine the best he ever drove.

Last Lap: 750 – Mike Lawrence recalls the early days of the 750 Motor Club with future luminaries to be found everywhere.

First Turn: The Greatest Depression

Hidden Treasure: 1962 Abarth 750GT CZ

Market Guide: Formula Ford

Photo Galleries: Sebring, St. Petersburg, Thruxton, Willow Springs, Sears Point, Road Atlanta


Profile: Dealt An Ace – 1991 Lancia Delta integrale

Interview: Amanda Gutierrez – Vice President, Automotive Restoration, McPherson College

Feature: When Rolls Met Royce – The Early History of Rolls-Royce

The Restorers: GTO Engineering

Driver: 1968 Lotus Elan S4 SE FHC

Photo Gallery: Fabulous Fords Forever, Auto Italia, Shannons Melbourne Autumn Classic Auction, RM Auctions Don Davis Collection

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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