May 2006 VRJ



Product Description

Interview: Dan Gerber – John Wright speaks with the former Cobra racer about his decade long career behind the wheel and his subsequent life as an author and poet.

Profile: Goodwood Lady – Ed McDonough test drives the 1954 Alvis Grey Lady that has become the bane of many a 3-liter competitor at the Goodwood Revival.

Feature: The 100-Year Legend, Part 2 – The final installment of Robert Newman’s look at the history of Italy’s Targa Florio road race.

Fast Lines: Heroes are Human Too – Pete Lyons looks back at the all-too human side of Graham Hill.

Heroes: Vincenzo Lancia – Robert Newman examines the remarkable life of this Italian racer turned manufacturer.

Legends Speak: My Life With Maurice – Laurette Trintignant recalls the amazing life of her late husband Maurice Trintignant.

Art History: Sands of Time – Artist David Burk paints a lively tribute to Smokey Yunick and the last race on the beach at Daytona.

Hot Laps: Le Mans – Skip Barber insturctors Nick Nicholson and Kelly Collins show you the fast way through Le Mans tricky Porsche Curves.

Fabulous Fifties: The Sports Car Journal – Art Evans recalls his role in one of the West Coast’s first dedicated sports car racing magazines.

Greatest Racecars: Lotus 18 – Sir Stirling Moss returns for another stab at what he consideers to be one of the greatest racecars of all time.

Last Lap: What’s in a Name? – Mike Lawrence analyzes some of the more curious car names and wonders why Bugatti named their new supercar after a second string driver?

First Turn: G’Day Officer

Market Guide: Formula Junior

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Dimensions 186 × 237 in


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