Interview: Tony Southgate – Mike Jiggle presents the first installment of a continuing discussion with the renowned designer about his early years drawing Lolas, Eagles and BRMs.
Profile: McLaren’s Dawn – Patrick Quinn slips into the very first car that Bruce McLaren ever designed and built – the Cooper T70 – the seed from which McLaren Cars would ultimately spring.
Feature: USAC Road Racing Part I – Tom Schultz takes us back to the days when the United States Auto Club dared bring professionalism to sports car road racing in America.
Fast Lines: Derek Gardner, Designer – Pete Lyons remembers his friendship with Ken Tyrrell’s designer of championship-winning racecars.
Heroes: Stig, Hannu and Michele: Robert Newman examines the successes of three rally stars that centered around Audi’s audacious Quattro.
Legends Speak: Jochen’s Championship Year – Herbie Blash recalls the 1970 Grand Prix season when Jochen Rindt became F1’s only posthumous champion.
Art History: “CSXpress” – Klaus Wagger depicts Ken Miles drifting one of Carroll Shelby’s USRRC Cobras at full throttle.
The Golden Age: USRRC Part Two – Art Evans continues his remembrance of the SCCA’s first venture into the realm of professional road racing.
Greatest Racecars: 1989 Tyrrell 018 – Jean Alesi talks about the groundbreaking car with which he made his first big splash in Formula One.
Last Lap: Eyewitness News – Mike Lawrence pontificates on the differences between motor racing as it is reported and as it is experienced.
First Turn: Tasman Stories
Hidden Treasure: 1947 Weinberg Roadster
Market Guide: Pre War Part II
Photo Gallery: Le Mans, Road America, Silverstone, Morgan Park, Laguna Seca, Nürburgring.