October 2014 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Woody Woodard – John Wright sits down with one of Penske Racing’s early role players who would become a key figure in its success.

Profile: Bold Step – Mike Jiggle explores the Lola T711 to discover the car that would become GM’s weapon in IMSA’s GTP wars.

Feature: Mustang, Born a Winner – Mike Matune unearths nearly prehistoric data from the very earliest competitive efforts of Ford’s new Pony Car.

Heroes: Jimmy Murphy – Robert Newman remembers the meteoric rise and untimely demise of a talented young American racer.

Legends Speak: Facing the Next Challenge – Joy Rainey discusses how her involvements in hill climbing and long-distance rallying came to pass.

Art History: “The Night Before Le Mans ’64” – Paul Chenard captures the pre-race preparations of the victorious Ferrari Squad at Le Mans in 1964.

Greatest Racecars: 2003 Lola B03-00 Indycar – Sebastien Bourdais explains why h enjoyed the car in which he won three of his four ChampCar crowns.

Last Lap: The Ring – Mike Lawrence waxes lyrical about the unending allure of the 14-mile German circuit called the NΓΌrburgring.

First Turn: Book of the Dead

Hidden Treasure: 1940 Ford Coupe TC

Market Guide: Pre-war, Part 1

Photo Galleries: Goodwood, Le Mans, Schenley Park, Road America, Silverstone


Provenance: Tracking the History – 1967 Jaguar XKE

Profile: The Essence of Quality – 1933 Packard Super Eight

Interview: Michael Furman – Award-Winning Automotive Photographer & Publisher

Feature: Art Deco and the Automobile – American Design: The Big Three and Three Littler Ones

Driven: AC Bristol & Aceca

Photo Gallery: Rodeo Drive Concours, Mugello Classico, Artcurial Le Mans, Botham Vineyards Vintage Celebration, Cartier Style et Luxe

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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