Interview: Ed Leavens – John Wright speaks with the pioneering Canadian about his diverse competition career which spanned everything from Corvettes and Sprites to Bonneville records with Stirling Moss and Donald Healey.
Profile: In Perfect Balance – Peter Collins discovers the reasons why Alfa Romeo’s Vittorio Jano-designed 8C 2300 was so successful.
Feature: The Mighty Monsterati – Willem Oosthoek explores the history and legend of Bill Janowski and his mighty Monsterati.
Heroes: Louis Delage – Robert Newman examines the life of a brilliant automotive designer who sadly died in poverty.
Legends Speak: “Racing” with Theodore – Tommy Byrne recalls how his first shot at Formula One turned out to be something less than he expected.
Art History: “Ayrton Senna-Monaco 1984 – David Johnson captures the great Brazilian’s F1 “coming out party,” chasing Alain Prost in the streets of Monaco.
Greatest Racecars: March 782-BMW – Brian Henton explains why he reveres the 1982 March Formula Two offering as his favorite ride.
Last Lap: Departing Drivers – Howden Ganley looks at the drivers who did not, or could not, defend their World Championships.
First Turn: F1 Royalty=Indy Rookie
Hidden Treasure: 1966 Bosley Interstate Mk II
Market Guide: Formula Ford
Photo Galleries: Phillip Island, Willow Springs, VIR, Wakefield Park, Road Atlanta
By Design: Ferrari 308
Profile: BMW 507 – Classically Handsome
Interview: Don Boulton – Collector, Brass-Era Enthusiast
Feature: The Sting Ray – A Technical Analysis
Driven: 2016 Sensuale Prototype
Photo Gallery: Copperstate 1000, St. Petersburg Festival of Speed, La Jolla Concours d’Elegance, Benedict Castle Concours
Showcase: Product Review