Interview: Phil Hill – First run in our September 2001 issue, Ed McDonough speaks with Phil Hill about his 1961 World Championship and living with Ferrari politics.
Profile: road to Nowhere – We get behind the wheel of the 1963 ATS Formula One car that lured Phil Hill away from his longtime home at Ferrari.
Feature: A Personal Remembrance – Ed McDonough takes a personal look back at the intelligent, complex man that was Phil Hill.
Feature: Through the Viewfinder – Hal Crocker recaptures the sensations he experienced during his first Can-Am race–the 1970 Watkins Glen round.
Fast Lines: Remembering a Champion – Pete Lyons shares his personal memories of Phil Hill, gentleman, sportsman and champion.
Heroes: Wolfgang von Trips – Robert Newman remembers the man who was teammate and championship challenger for Phil Hill.
Legends Speak: Phil Hill – John Surtees discusses his various encounters with Phil Hill and the impression they made on him.
Art History: Phil Hill: World Champion – Artist Uli Egret turns his talents to honoring the top of Formula One’s crop in 1961.
Hot Laps: Homestead-Miami’s Turns 1 and 2 – Skip Barber instructor R. B. Stiewing takes us through the infield road course’s opening gambit.
Fabulous Fifties: Remembering Phil – Art Evans looks back into his personal history with America’s first World Champion.
Greatest Racecars: Arrows 10B-Megatron – Derek Warwick selects one of Ross Brawn’s earliest creations as the favorite ride of his career.
Last Lap: The Real Thing – Mike Lawrence looks back at Phil Hill and the influx of American racers onto the European scene in the 1950s.
First Turn: Phil Hill, Gear-head.
Hidden Treasure: 1960 “Bear Claw” Special
Market Guide: Pre-war, Part II
Photo Gallery: Monterey Historics, Seattle, Silverstone, Le Mans, Portland, Pikes Peak, Road America, Pittsburgh, Oran Park.