May 2010 VRJ



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Interview: Bob Holden – Patrick Quinn sits down for a discussion with the Australian motorsports legend about the high points of his long and varied career including a major international win for the Mini.

Profile: 1934 Riley Nine MPH – Ed McDonough climbs behind the wheel of the 1934 Le Mans class-winning Riley and puts it through a hard day at…where else?…Le Mans.

Feature: The McLaren M23 – John Zimmermann offers an appreciation of the marque’s first World Champion chassis with the help of imagery from the archives of Coterie Press.

Fast Lines: Can-Am Goes Conventional – Pete Lyons looks at the year that forever changed the game in this once proudly unlimited championship.

Heroes: Mario Andretti – Robert Newman pays homage to one of the greatest racing drivers ever, and the career he crafted.

Legends Speak: Broken Neck, Broken Dreams – Bob Evans talks about the good days and bad times of his career in racing’s uppermost echelons.

Art History: “Bruce McLaren and his M8B” – John Rice captured the 1969 Can-Am champ’s image for a show at the Watkins Glen Research Center.

The Golden Age: In the Beginning… – Art Evans transports up back to the origins of Post-war American road racing at three primary venues.

Greatest Racecars: 1957 Lister jaguar – Brian Lister discusses the design and construction of his best car and how it differs from today’s methods.

Last Lap: Super Cars – Mike Lawrence examines both super cars and super-cars and surprisingly finds Mazda’s Miata at the top of the list.

First Turn: Young’ins

Hidden Treasure: Missing Orr Trophies

Market Guide: Formula Junior


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Dimensions 210 × 268 in


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