Interview: Hugh Dibley – John Wright quizzes the well-traveled Englishman about his adventures in both racing and flying.
Profile: Wasted Opportunity – Mike Jiggle samples the car that could have brought Aston Martin GP glory, the DBR4, but came too late to the party.
Feature: French Lessons at Leadfoot – Jim Richardson examines a rare French legend at an unusual venue in New Zealand.
Heroes: W. O. Bentley – Robert Newman looks back at the trials, tribulations and triumphs of the man behind Bentley Motors.
Legends Speak: Encounters with Senna – Harry Sherrard discusses the experiences he shard with the three-time Brazilian World Champion.
Art History: “James Hunt, Fuji, 1976” – Jeremy Houghton presents one of the 10 paintings he did to commemorate Hunt’s World Championship.
Greatest Racecars: Mercedes W196 – Stuart Graham explains why the German company’s ‘50s GP machine is the car he’d most like to drive.
Nev’s Notes: Motorsport, me and the rise of TV – Neville Hay reflects on the growth of motorsports broadcasting and the role he’s played in it.
First Turn: Stillborn Can-Am
Hidden Treasure: 1983 Pegaso American
Market Guide: Pre-War, Part I
Photo Galleries: Mid-Ohio, Schenley Park, Le Mans, Road America, Silverstone
By Design: Lancia B20
Profile: Exotic Japanese Jewel – Toyota 2000 GT
Interview: Tom Malloy – Vintage Racer, Collector
Feature: Disco Volante Legacy – The Quest for Aerodynamics
Driven: 1989 Porsche Speedster
Photo Gallery: AROC Convention Concorso, Artcurial Le Mans, The Elegance of Mercedes-Benz, The Festival of Classic & Sports Cars, Botham Vineyards Vintage Celebration
Showcase: Product Review