November 2012 VRJ


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Interview: Spencer Martin – Patrick Quinn sits down with the two-time Australian Gold Star Formula One champion to discuss his career and its accomplishments.

Profile: late Bloomer – Ed McDonough drives the six-wheeled 1976 March 2-4-0 Grand Prix car that never made a Formula One grid, but has been reborn into a potent historic racing contender.

Feature: Summer Super Gallery – With so many events being held around the world, we bring you a special expanded “Super Gallery” covering some of the summer’s best events.

Fast Lines: Tomorrow’s Sports Racing Standouts? – Pete Lyons ponders the possibilities after sports car racing’s recent merger of Grand-Am and the ALMS.

Heroes: Markku Alén – Robert Newman examines the legendary career of one of the greatest Finnish rally drivers of all.

Legends Speak: Teammates – Alain Prost discusses how he handled the different team mates he had during his Grand Prix career.

Art History: “Alfa Romeo 8C2900B” – Adrian Bradbury pays artistic tribute to Alfa Romeo’s spectacular Le Mans champion.

Greatest Racecars: 1959 Ferrari 246 – Tony Brooks discusses the favorite cars from his career and how today’s racing is significantly different.

Last Lap: My Hero – Mike Lawrence makes the case for Mario Cipolla, the Isetta-wielding great, you’ve never heard of.

First Turn: True Ability

Hidden Treasure: 1955 Moretti Gran Sport

Market Guide: Pre-war, Part 2

Photo Galleries: Fontana, Eastern Creek, Brands Hatch, Milwaukee, Portland, Le Mans, Road America, Morgan Park, Silverstone, Donington, Nürburgring, Laguna Seca, Mt. Equinox


Profile: Crown Jewel – 1953 Bristol 403

Interview: David Schultz – President of the Classic Car Club of America

Feature: Royal Ferraris – The Cars of Prince Bernhard of Holland

The Restorers: Automotive Restorations, Inc.

Driven: 1952 Jaguar XK120

Photo Gallery: Greenwich Concours, Mecum Auctions, RM Auctions, The Quail Motorsports Gathering, Concorso Italiano, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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