November 2007 VRJ



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Interview: Tony Robinson – The former BRP mechanic talks about his early years working with Stirling Moss.

Profile: Sulman’s Song – Australia’s iconic Sulman Singer-built in England for dirt tracks, yet competitively road raced in Australia for decades.

Feature: Forza Villeneuve! – 25 years after his tragic death, a tribute to Gilles Villeneuve and his electrifying career.

Feature: Automobilia 2007 – What’s hot in Photography, Fine Art, Vintage Posters, Scale Models, Books, Vintage Helmets and Mascots.

Fast Lines: Transcendence – Disgusted by the McLaren spy scandal, Pete Lyons laments, “Where are the Clarks and the Fangios?”

Heroes: Chris Amon – Robert Newman explores the many triumphs and near-misses that comprised Kiwi Chris Amon’s career.

Legends Speak: Walter Hayes – Richard Hayes, son of Ford racing impressario Walter Hayes, looks back at his father’s amazing career and what it was like growing up around Formula One stars.

Art History: “Gilles Remembered” – Chris Phillips paints a picture of Gilles Villeneuve’s first Ferrari drive, in the 1977 Canadian Grand Prix.

Hot Laps: Laguna Seca, Turn 9 – Skip Barber instructor Grant Ryley shows us the fast way through Laguna Seca’s Turn 9.

Fabulous Fifties: Fitch at 90 – Art Evans celebrates John Fitch’s 90th birthday, and looks at where he’s been, and amazingly, where he’s going next.

Greatest Racecars: Ford Mustang – British racing great Alan Mann casts his vote for one of the greatest racecars of all time.

Last Lap: Elite Enthusiasm – Mike Lawrence examines how a small band of overly dedicated enthusiasts gave rise to Lotus’s great Elite and Seven road-race cars.

First Turn: Derby Queen

Hidden Treasure: 1958 Berkley SE 328

Market Guide: Prewar, Part 2


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Dimensions 210 × 269 in


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