September 2001 VRJ (Third Anniversary Issue)


SKU: 2001-09-VRJ Category:

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Profile: Shark Attack – Ed McDonough takes a fascinating look at Ferrari’s most enigmatic champion – the 156 “Sharknose” – on the 40th anniversary of its championship season.

Interview: Ed McDonough speaks with the 1961 World Champion, Phil Hill, about the car that carried him to victory and the politics of racing for Ferrari.

Feature: Lancashire Hot Pot – From sports cars to single-seaters, Peter Collins examines the amazing history of Chevron Cars and its brilliant but quixotic founder Derek Bennett.

Fast Lines: Prototype…? Of What? – Pete Lyons travels to Le Mans and draws some interesting comparisons between yesterday’s and today’s “prototype” sports cars.

Stirling Speaks: Le Mans – Sir Stirling Moss returns to Le Mans to drive one of Jaguar’s most historic racers and to see what effect time has had on Le Sarthe.

Art History: “Harry Schell” – Wally Thomason pays tribute to an American “Gentleman” racer.

Last Lap: Mike Lawrence examines how the older a car gets, the faster it becomes …but doubts that abstinence makes a car go faster.

First Turn: Shiftless

Photo Gallery: Wine Country, Watkins Glen & more.

Market Guide: Formula Ford

Product Review: Trans-Am – The Pony Car Wars

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Dimensions 112 × 143 in


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