May 2014 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Mario Andretti – John Zimmermann speaks with the 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner on the 45th anniversary of his feat.

Profile: Monaco Specialist – James Beckett puts a Martini MK 37, a car particularly comfortable in the streets of Monte Carlo, to the test.

Feature: Black Motor Racing History – Leonard T and Leonard W. Miller offer a first-hand account of the early history of black racers in America.

Heroes: Meo Costantini – Robert Newman illuminates the life of an Italian war ace who drove for and managed Bugatti’s racing effort.

Legends Speak: Down Mexico Way – Frank Lance remembers his role in preparing Jim Hall’s entries for the 1962 Mexican Grand Prix.

Art History: “Easter Monday at Goodwood” – Bernard Reeves portrays the victory drive of Stirling Moss in an Aston Martin DB3S at Goodwood in 1956.

Greatest Racecars: Peugeot 905 – Philippe Alliot explains why the factory drive he enjoyed with Peugeot gave him the racecar of his life.

Last Lap: Brighton Beach Memoirs – Mike Lawrence ruminates about the earliest history of motor sport activities in Great Britain.

First Turn: A Dangerous Sport to Retire From

Fast Exposure: At the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May of 1971, Mario Andretti waits to qualify the McNamara-Ford that he would start from the third row for that year’s Indy 500.

News Brief: Drino Miller (1941-2014)

Hidden Treasure: 1952 Nardi Panhard “Nardyna” (#29185751)

Market Guide: Formula Junior

Photo Galleries: Sydney Motorsport Park, Historic Monte Carlo Rallye, Palm Beach, Stoneleigh Park, Spring Mountain

Hard Drive: A Lost Hero –


Profile: Athletic Bear – 1915 Stutz Bearcat

Interview: Ken Gross – Automotive Journalist, Concours Judge, Museum Curator, Author

Feature: Town Cars – Arriving in Style

Driven: Triumph TR8

Photo Gallery: Cavallino Concorso d’Elegance, Cavallino Classics Sports Sunday, VSCC Brooklands Driving Test, 39th Rétromobile

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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