October 2006 VRJ (Tasman Revival Special Issue)



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Interview: Kevin Bartlett – Patrick Quinn speaks with the Australian champion about his love for open-wheel cars and the heady days of racing in the Tasman.

Profile: Tasmanian Devil – Ed McDonough test drives the BRM P126 V-12 that Bruce McLaren drove to victory at Teretonga in 1968.

Feature: Working Holiday – Patrick Quinn explores the fascinating history of the 1964-1969 2.5-liter Tasman Series.

Fast Lines: G’Day – Pete Lyons takes a look at the significant impact Australian and New Zealand drivers have made to international motorsport.

Heroes: Jim Clark – Robert Newman recalls the life and impact of one of the undisputed masters of the Tasman Series.

Legends Speak: Tasman Days – Racer and car constructor Frank Matich remembers the good old days of the Tasman Cup.

Art History: The Tasman Golden Era – Artist Brian Caldersmith paints a tribute to the glory days of the Tasman Series.

Hot Laps: Sebring – Skip Barber instructor Terry Lee Earwood shows us the fast way around Sebring’s Turn 17.

Fabulous Fifties: Shelby: The Early Years – Art Evans examines the amazing life and contributions of his friend Carroll Shelby.

Greatest Racecrs: Lotus 39 – Austalian champion Leo Geoghegan registers his choice for greatest racecar.

Last Lap: Kiwis – Mike Lawrence discovers that much of the Kiwis’ prowess in motor racing can be traced back to their austere surroundings.

First Turn: Tasman Revival

Market Guide: Prewar, Part 1

Photo Gallery: Goodwood Festival, Le Mans, Oran Park, Pittsburgh GP, BRIC.

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Dimensions 211 × 269 in


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