Interview: Eldon Rasmussen – John R. Wright talks with the Canadian champion about his days at Indy, as both a driver and a racecar constructor.
Profile: Cat Du Mans – Ed McDonough gets behind the wheel of one of the most significant Jaguars of all time-the 1955 Le Mans-winning D-type of Hawthorn and Bueb.
Feature: Buzz Bombs from Bristol – Gary Horstkorta examines the genesis of 500-cc racing in the Uk and its subsequent development in the United States.
Fast Lines: Howl at the Moon – Pete Lyons examines what it is that we find so fascinating about racing at night.
Heroes: Sandro Munari – Robert Newman recalls a hair-raising ride with “The Dragon” himself.
Legends Speak: Life Imitating Art – Artist Michael Turner recalls how, in his early days, he was called on by Bruce McLaren to style several of his early racecars.
Art History: Jaguar D-type – Artist Roger Hector paints an evocative picture of the famed Jaguar racer.
Hot Laps: Lime Rock Esses – Skip Brber Racing School instructor Bruce MacInnes shows you how to tackle Lime rock’s Esses.
Fabulous Fifties: Remembering Ken Miles – Art Evans looks back fondly at the close friendship he and his family shared with racing great Ken Miles.
Greatesst Racecars: Ferrari 246 Dino – Just before he died, Cliff Allison revealed to us his thoughts on the greatest racecar he ever drove.
Last Lap: Jaguar – Mike Lawrence tries to reconcile the Jaguar of the past with the Jaguar of today. You can imagine what happens!
First Turn: Apexes and Indians
Market Guide: 3-Liter Formula One