Interview: John Judd – Part 2 – Mike Jiggle concludes his discussion with the master engine builder, bringing him up to the present day.
Profile: Glorious Bastard – Patrick Quinn samples the 1934 Railton-Terraplane driven by Whitney Straight’s brother, Michael, in the first South African Grand Prix.
Feature: Peter de Klerk & the Alfa Special – Robert Young examines the career of one of the earliest South African motor racing heroes.
Heroes: Franco Cortese – Robert Newman revisits the career accomplishments of the man who put Ferrari on the map of world racing.
Legends Speak: Tales of a French Racing Driver – Philippe Viral recounts how he learned racing’s critical lessons in England from Jim Russell.
Art History: “Chinetti Greenwich” – David Snyder pays tribute to Luigi Chinetti with a portrait of his final Ferrari dealership.
Greatest Racecars: Porsche 956 – Norbert Singer selects the groundbreaking Group C car as the favorite of all the great racing cars he’s known.
Nev’s Notes: March and 1970 – Neville Hay remembers the days when March Cars was founded and scrambling to make the F1 season opener.
First Turn: The Quiet Gentleman
Hidden Treasure: 1964 A/FX 426 Hemi Dodge
Market Guide: Formula One
Photo Galleries: Famoso Raceway, Silverstone, Sandown, Sydney Motorsports Park, Sebring
By Design: Pegaso
Profile: The French Confection – 1904 De Dion Bouton
Interview: Paul Pennell – Artistry in Aluminium
Feature: Fatal Determination – Pierce-Arrow’s Refusal to Sacrifice Quality to Save the Company
Driven: 1976 Alpine A110
Photo Gallery: VSCC Winter Driving Tests, RM, Driven by Disruption Sale, 60th Annual Holiday Motor Excursion, 16th Traversée de Paris
Showcase: Product Review