Interview: Bob Curl – Mike Jiggle speaks with the prolific designer of the Nomad, about his many projects from Formula One to electric cars.
Profile: Last of the Few – Mike Jiggle discovers what a finely designed racing car the Nomad-BRM Mk3 really was.
Feature: Route to ’66 – Part 2 – Roger Dixon concludes his examination of Ford’s initially unsuccessful quest for victory at Le Mans half a century ago.
Heroes: Eddie Cheever – Robert Newman assesses the career of the American driver with the most F1 World Championship starts.
Legends Speak: Building the Nomads – Mark Konig discusses how he and Bob Curl created a successful series of sports racing cars.
Art History: “Mille Miglia 1956” – Paul Chenard portrays Eugenio Castellotti’s winning Ferrari from Italy’s rainy 1,000-mile road race.
Greatest Racecars: 1991 TWR-Jaguar XJR14 – Martin Brundle recalls why the Group C Jaguar was his finest weapon.
Last Lap: Points – Howden Ganley examines the way that performance has been rewarded throughout racing history.
First Turn: CFD Provocateur
Hidden Treasure: 1996 Passion Motors Contessa Track Car
Market Guide: Prewar, Part 2
Photo Galleries: Prescott Hill, Mallory Park, Brands Hatch, Crystal Palace, Monterey
By Design: The Jaguar with Italian Roots
Profile: 1973 Citroën SM
Interview: Ant Anstead – Restorer, Wheeler Dealer’s New TV Presenter
Feature: Jowett Cars – A Brief History of Jowett Cars in the 1930s
Driven: 1961 Jaguar E-Type
Photo Gallery: Botham Vineyards Vintage Celebration, Concours on the Avenue, Carmel Mission Classic, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
Showcase: Product Review