June 2008 VRJ

$3.00$20.00

Clear

Product Description

Interview: Nigel Mansell – Mike Jiggle speaks with the former Formula One and Indycar champion about his early days in Formula One.

Profile: Dutch Treat – Ed McDonough takes a romp up Lord March’s driveway in the 1958 BRM P25 that Jo Bonnier drove to victory in the 1959 Dutch Grand Prix.

Feature: Unsung Heroes – Carl Goodwin explores the postwar history of corner marshalling in America when he examines the birth of the Race Communications Association.

Feature: Can-Am Thunder Downunder – Reader Brian Blain shares the adventure, when a group of Yanks and their Can-Am machines head to New Zealand for the Southern Festival of Speed.

Fast Lines: Jimmy Clark – Pete Lyons looks back at the impact of the Flying Scot, on the anniversary of his tragic death.

Heroes: Nino and the Cassata – Robert Newman went to the Targa Florio with Nino Vaccarrella, but came away with more than he bargained for.

Legends Speak: Tales From Lola – Lola Chief Engineer Bob Marston recalls that, from factory fires to illegal entry, the ’70s at Lola was anything but dull.

Art History: “Raymond Mays at Shelsley: – Artist Tony Smith pays tribute to Raymond Mays and his mighty ERA.

Hot Laps: Summit Point – Skip Barber instructor Bruce McInnes shares how to shoot the Chute, handle the Hairpin, and conquer the Carousel.

Fabulous Fifties: Torrey Pines – Art Evans reminisces about the short, but eventful, history of racing at San Diego, California’s Torry Pines.

Greatest Racecars: Maserati 250F – Ex-Formula One and sports car racer Mike Wilds registers his pick for the greatest racecar.

Last Lap: Extreme Sports? – Mike Lawrence discovers that if an extreme sport is looking for a home, it’ll find it on the Isle of Man.

First Turn: Shock Jock

Hidden Treasure: 1967 Porsche 550 Spyder

Market Guide: Over-2-liter GT

Photo Gallery: Sebring, Phoenix, Laguna Seca

 

Additional information

Dimensions 210 × 269 in

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “June 2008 VRJ”