Interview: John Barnard-Part 1 – Mike Jiggle sits down with the former McLaren, Ferrari and Parnelli design chief for an enlightening discussion about the perspective of a top designer.
Profile: 1963 Austin-Healey 3000 – Patrick Quinn feeds his Healey addiction by taking a turn behind the wheel of one of the factory’s alloy-bodied entries for the 1963 12 Hours of Sebring.
Feature: A Man Apart – John Zimmermann revisits the career of Sam Hanks, Indy winner and AAA national Champion, whose fierce driving belied his essentially gentle nature.
Fast Lines: Remnants – Pete Lyons recalls visiting the sites of great racetracks and how they figured in his personal history.
Heroes: Woolf Barnato – Robert Newman remembers the only driver ever to win his first three starts at Le Mans and never return.
Legends Speak: In the Beginning – Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich explains the approach taken by Audi in its effort to conquer Le Mans.
Art History: “Bertocchi Maserati” – Gabriele Guidetti illustrates the importance of Maserati mechanic Gurrino Bertocchi with a splash of color.
Greatest Racecars: 1963 Willard Battery Spl. – Parnelli Jones explains why the car with which he won the Indianapolis 500 is near and dear to his heart.
Last Lap: Enrico – Mike Lawrence discusses the talented Italian engineer he remembers every time he goes for a drive in his Miata.
First Turn: Invasion of the Micro-Club
Hidden Treasure: 1968 Brabham BT25/2
2012 Safety Guide
Market Guide: Formula One
Photo Galleries: Mille Miglia North America, Virginia International, Willow Springs, London-to-Brighton, Eastern Creek, Daytona