June 2012 VRJ

$20.00

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VINTAGE RACECAR

Interview: Bruce Burness – Part II – John Zimmermann concludes his discussion with one of racing’s true master technicians about his career.

Profile: Three of a Kind – Patrick Quinn climbs behind the wheel of one of three 1957 Lotus XI’s equipped with a 1.5-liter Coventry Climax engine for Le Mans.

Feature: The Best 24-hour Race? – Peter Collins recounts his family’s participation in the 1975 24 Hours of Spa and why, in his opinion, it ranks as one of the best endurance events of all time.

Fast Lines: Jim Hall at the RRDC – Pete Lyons reports on the pre-Long Beach GP dinner featuring one of American racing’s true icons.

Heroes: Erik Carlsson – Robert Newman explains the rationale behind the curious nickname of this Sweedish rally legend.

Legends Speak: Paying the Price of Racing – Jan Lammers relays the hard lessons learned while trying to make the business end of racing work out as it should.

Art History: “Monaco!” – Rob Ijbema captures the excitement of the start of the 1971 Monaco Grand Prix with acrylics on canvas.

Greatest Racecars: 1987 Ferrari F1/87V6 – Gerhard Berger discusses the Prancing Horse with which he enjoyed grand success in Formula One.

Last Lap: Lancia – Mike Lawrence reckons the cars being sold today as Lancias don’t measure up to the marque’s heritage.

First Turn: In Search of LaRuth

Hidden Treasure: 1964 King Cobra

Market Guide: Over 2-liter Grand Touring

Photo Galleries: Sebring, Wakefield Park, Laguna Seca, Donington, Castle Combe

VINTAGE ROADCAR

Profile: The Grand Grand Tourer – 1946 Delahaye 135M Graber

Interview: Martin Swig – The California Mille and How Money Changes Everything

Feature: Art Deco & the Automobile – American Art Deco Automobiles

Driven: 1966 Jaguar E-Type FHC

Photo Gallery: Barrett-Jackson, Palm Beach, Mecum Auctions, Kansas City, Concorso Atlantico, Techno-Classica Essen

 

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Dimensions 420 × 269 in

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