May 2009 VRJ



Product Description

Interview: John Sprinzel – Patrick Quinn talks with the former BMC works driver who played a large role in the competition history of the Austin-Healey Sprite.

Profile: Milk Run – Ed McDonough samples a historic Lola Indy car that was once driven by a pair of World Champions, Jackie Stewart and John Surtees.

Feature: Singapore Special – Eli Solomon recounts the history of the incredible home-grown racing cars that for so long defined the sport in the Far East.

Special Feature: Not a Game – John Delane examines the latest developments in racing simulators and how they can enhance the driving of the historic racer.

Fast Lines: America’s F1 Forebears – Pete Lyons puts the news of a new American F1 venture into proper historical perspective.

Heroes: Jochen Mass – Robert Newman looks back upon the enduring German’s diverse career in racing.

Legends Speak: Missing out on Indy – John Surtees explains the circumstances that kept him from ever racing in the Indianapolis 500.

Art History: “Remarkable Rindt” – Andrew Kitson recreates Jochen Rindt’s stunning last-lap win over Jack Brabham at Monaco in 1970.

Hot Laps: Road America’s Turn Eight – Skip Barber instructor Curt Andrews talks us through one of the most important corners of America’s grandest road course.

Fabulous Fifties: Recognizing Jim Haynes – Art Evans recalls the various crucial roles this man played in the establishment of American road racing.

Greatest Racecars: Lola T70 – Muscle cars may have been Roy Pierpoint’s bread and butter, but he rates one of Lola’s finest as his favorite.

Last Lap: In Praise of the ’80s – Mike Lawrence looks fondly back upon the way we were in a decade when racing’s realities were much different.

First Turn: Show Me the Money!

Hidden Treasure: 1970 Zeitler Super Vee

Market Guide: Formula Junior

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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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