Interview: Tony Parella – Casey Annis probes the new SVRA owner on his passion for the sport and his plans to unify American historic racing.
Profile: Globetrotter – James Beckett drives the nimble 1930 Riley Brooklands a car that availed itself well at Le Mans, Brooklands and even the dirt roads of New Zealand.
Feature: Attack of the Flying Purple People Eaters – Harold Pace revisits the past lives of a pair of fast Mini Cooper S racers that claimed SCCA National Championships and gave Trans-Am cars fits.
Heroes: Vittorio Jano – Robert Newman examines the career of the man who became synonymous with Alfa Romeo performance.
Legends Speak: Jack Brabham – Dan Gurney pays tribute to working with one of his early employers, the legendary Australian.
Art History: “Sunbeam on the Beach” – Paul Chenard depicts the Land Speed Record effort by Henry Seagrave and his 1000 hp Sunbeam at Daytona.
Greatst Racecars: ATS Penske PC4 – Hans Heyer recalls the brief foray he enjoyed into the world of Formula One at his home Grand Prix.
Last Lap: The Future of History – Mike Lawrence contemplates what will eventually become of everything that once was.
First Turn: Automotive Chameleons
Fast Exposure: During the J. C. C. 200 Mile Race at England’s Brooklands on April 27, 1938, Prince Bira is shown riding high on the banking over the bumps of the Campbell Circuit, at the wheel of his famous supercharged 3-liter Maserati 8-cylinder that he drove to 2nd place behind Wakefield’s winning E.R.A.
News Brief: Jim Jeffords (1927-2014)
Hidden Treasure: 1963 Sabel MKI
Market Guide: Over 2-liter GT
Photo Galleries: Morgan Park, Silverstone, Sebring, Laguna Seca, Goodwood
Hard Drive: A Family’s History – www.unserracingmuseum.com/index.php
Profile: First MiniVan? – 1936 Stout Scarab
Interview: Graham Gauld – Prolific Author, Historian, Quintessential Storyteller
Feature: The Fabulous OSCA 1600 GT Zagato
Driven: 1957 Corvette Fuelie
Photo Gallery: Amelia Island Concours 2014, 1st VR Touring Assembly, 2014 Desert Classic Concours, Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance