Interview: Warren Olson – John Wright sits down for a discussion with the fabricator who played a central role in American road racing during the sport’s early growth years.
Profile: Brazilian Players – Ed McDonough test drives the first and last John Player Speical Lotus–Emerson Fittipaldi’s 72D and Ayrton Senna’s 98T.
Feature: Hurley Haywood – Hal Crocker pens a fond, first-hand remembrance of the career of the USA’s most successful endurance racer.
Fast Lines: Art Eastman, My Friend – Pete Lyons fondly remembers one of his early mentors on the occasion of that man’s recent passing.
Heroes: Sir Henry Birkin – Robert Newman reflects on the career compiled by one of England’s famed “Bentley Boys.”
Legends Speak: Driving Lotus 72/5 – Emerson Fittipaldi remembers the old days when he is reunited with an old flame at the Goodwood Festival.
Art History: “Spencer Martin” – Brian Caldersmith captures the career highlights of on of Australia’s legendary motorsports heroes.
The Golden Age: USAC Road Racing – Art Evans remembers the days when professionalism began to invade road racing as USAC took the helm.
Greatest Racecars: 1971 Porsche 917K – Derek Bell waxes lyrical about the car in which he ran 248 mph on the Mulsanne Straight at Le Mans.
Last Lap: Alfa – Mike Lawrence ruminates about his love for Milano’s finest and their integral role in musical appreciation.
First Turn: Mr. Nutter’s Cave of Wonders
Hidden Treasure: 1946 Delahaye 135 MS
Market Guide: Prewar, Part 1
Photo Gallery: Streets of Albany, Mid-Ohio, Goodwood, Brands Hatch, Mont Tremblant, Milwaukee, Portland, Phillip Island.