Interview: Brian Redman – Part II – John Zimmermann concludes his chat with the Englishman by discussing his exploits in America.
Profile: Brief Brilliance – J. Michael Hemsley samples a rare OM 6C 2300 and delves into the short but rich history of the marque.
Feature: Three the Hard Way – John Zimmermann revisits the career of Ted Horn, the first to win three straight U.S. National Championships.
Fast Lines: Troy Rogers – Pete Lyons pens a fond remembrance of one of the key contributors to Jim Hall’s Chaparral operation.
Heroes: Jules Goux – Robert Newman explores the career of the man who drove his Peugeot to victory in the third Indy 500.
Legends Speak: A Mechanic’s Musings – Cedric Selzer recalls how the workload at Lotus in 1963 was split between the F1 team and the Indy team.
Art History: “Ayrton Senna da Silva” – Jonathan Carter set off in a new direction for his portrait of the three-time World Champion.
Greatest Racecars: 1999 BMW V12 LMR – Steve Soper selects this Le Mans-winning Anglo-German collaboration as the best ride he’s ever had.
Last Lap: History – Mike Lawrence looks back at the various ways the accomplishments of certain drivers are remembered.
First Turn: Methuselah’s Racers
Hidden Treasure: 1952 Singer 4AD SM
Market Guide: Pre-War Part I
Photo Galleries: Goodwood, Monza, Lime Rock, Watkins Glen, Cholmondeley, Blackhawk Farms, Portland, Brands Hatch
Profile: Fading Beauty – 1953 Chapron Delahaye 235 MS
Interview: Damien Kimberley – Curator, Coventry Transport Museum
Feature: Living Life (V12) Large – The Genius of Bill Miller
The Restorers: Woods & Woods
Driven: 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible
Photo Gallery: San Marino Motor Classic, The Elegance at Hershey, Rodeo Drive Concours, Dana Point Concours d’Elegance