Interview: Anatoly Arutunoff – Casey Annis has lunch with one of the sport’s most idiosyncratic figures to discuss his various adventures at racetracks around the world.
Profile: Targa Tourer – Ed McDonough turns test drive into opera as he slips behind the wheel of a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS that competed in the final Targa Florio.
Feature: A Century of Success – Part 1 – Robert Newman chronicles the beginnings of Alfa Romeo’s 100-year commitment to international motor sports.
Fast Lines: The Immortal Cobra – Pete Lyons recalls his lengthy love affair with the car he calls the perfectly proportioned sports roadster.
Heroes: Archie Scott-Brown -Robert Newman tells the tale of a racer who didn’t allow his disability to get in the way of his desires.
Legends Speak: Formula One “Peasants” – Emilio de Villota discusses the treatment seemingly unwanted entries at the back of F1’s grids endure.
Art History: “BRM P115, Mexico city 1967” – Nicolas Cancelier works to capture the essence of a driver heading to battle, in this case, Jackie Stewart.
The Golden Age: Shelby and Toyota – Art Evans recounts Carroll Shelby’s efforts to make a race winner out of Toyota’s classic 2000GT.
Greatest Racecars: 1970 McLaren M8D – Peter Gethin relates his experiemces as a factory driver for Team McLaren in the Can-Am.
Last Lap: Wheels – Mike Lawrence waxes about the significance of those sturdy metal devises that serve to mount the round-and-blacks.
First Turn: Speaking of Legends
Hidden Treasure: 1953 Kurtis 500S
Market Guide: Over 2-liter GT
Photo Gallery: Silverstone, Thunderhill, Fontana, Sebring, Adelaide Classic