March 2008 VRJ



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Interview: Tim Parnell – Mike Jiggle speaks with the former BRM team manager about his famous racing father, his days with BRM and his own racing career.

Profile: Triple Elite – In celebration of the Lotus Elite’s 50th birthday, Patrick Quinn gathers three unique and significant examples to learn what all the buzz is about.

Feature: The 1961 Monaco Grand Prix-Moss at His Best – With the help of some rare photographs, Ed McDonough examines one of the most memorable Grands Prix of the postwar era.

Fast Lines: Rubbin’ NASCAR! – Pete Lyons ventures all the way into the middle of the Pacific Ocean to escape the steely grip of NASCAR.

Heroes: Masten Gregory – Robert Newman examines the life of this well-to-do American racer, renowned for leaping from his cars.

Legends Speak: The 510 Legacy – John Morton looks back on his inescapable legacy with the 2.5-liter Datsun Trans-Am program.

Art History: “Bugatti Type 51” – Artist Matthew Stevens paints a captivating picture of one of Ettore’s masterpieces.

Hot Laps: Miller Motorsports Park: Turn 7 – Skip Barber instructor Jon Morley tells you how to dance with the Demon, Devil, and Diablo.

Fabulous Fifties: The First All-American Sports Car – Art Evans examines the big historical contributions made by America’s littlest sports car-the Crosley.

Greatest Racecars: BRM P160 – Formula One designer Tony Southgate registers his pick for one of his favorite designs.

Last Lap: Spying – Mike Lawrence can’t understand why there’s so much hubbub over the recent McLaren spying scandal-after all, teams have been doing it for decades.

First Turn: Garage Full of Memories

Hidden Treasure: 1959 MGA “Sebring” Twin Cam

Market Guide: 3-liter Formula One

Photo Gallery: Rennsport Reunion, Phoenix, Fuji Speedway, Turkey Bowl XI, CSRG Finale, HSR Fall Festival, GTO Tour, HSCC.


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Dimensions 210 × 267 in


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