March 2007 VRJ

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Interview: Can-Am Legends, Part 2 – The final installment of our two-part, roundtable discussion with the living legends of the Can-Am.

Profile: Le Mans Classic – Ed McDonugh puts a 1969 Chevron B8-BMW to the ultimate track test-three hours of hard racing in the famed Le Mans Classic.

Feature: Pau Pourri – Peter Collins looks back on his first trip to watch racing at Pau, in 1982, and along the way rediscovers the illustrious history of this most challenging street circuit.

Fast Lines: A Green Garage – Pete Lyons reveals his ideas for more “green” transportation-and it doesn’t involve hybrids or burning recycled pig fat.

Heroes: Achille Varzi – Robert Newman looks back at the brilliant rise and opium-induced fall of Italy’s great Achille Varzi.

Legends Speak: My Fleeting foray into F1 – Sports car and Formula One driver Loris Kessel looks back on a Formula One career that saw as many battles in the courtroom as on the track.

Art History: Colin Chapman’s Lotus Elite – Artist Brian Caldersmith paints a tableau of the many achievements of Colin Chapman’s Lotus Elite.

Hot Laps: Thunderhill’s Turn Nine – Skip Barber instructor Jeff Rodrigues shows us the fast way through Thunderhill Motorsport Park’s turn Nine.

Fabulous Fifties: Remembering Ernie McAfee – Art Evans looks back at the amazing career and tragic death of the famed Ferrari pilot and good friend.

Greatest Racecars: March 822 F2 – Formula One and touring car star Christian Danner shares his pick for his greatest racecar of all time.

Last Lap: Easy Marques – Mike Lawrence looks back ay the accomplishments of marques like Titan, royale and CTG, and wonders if their grassroots achievements will ever be duplicated.

First Turn: Regga’s Legacy

Market Guide: 3-liter Formula One

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in

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