September 2004 VRJ



SKU: 2004-09-VRJ Category:

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Profile: Tecno Logical – Ed McDonough test drives the 1971 Tecno F2 machine that helped launch the careers of noted GP drivers Cevert, Jabouille, Depailler and Brambilla.

Interview: Bob Bondurant – Casey Annis talks with the racer and driving school founder about everything from speedway motorcycles to racing a Ferrari.

Absent Friends: Robert Newman tells the compelling story of three racers turned French resistance fighters-Benoist, Wimille and Grover-Williams-and how the first postwar European road race came to tragically honor two of them..

Fast Lines: Who Was Grandpa Gritzback? – With a little help from Chris Economaki, Pete Lyons unravels an early American dirt track mystery.

Legends Speak: Up the Hill to Formula One – British Hillclimb Champion Tony Marsh reveals that the road to Formula One is sometimes an uphill drive.

Art History: Alain Prost at Monaco – Artist Gulay Berryman paints a picture of one of Alain Prost’s finest wins.

Last Lap: Archie – Mike Lawrence pays tribute to Britain’s Archie Scott Brown, a remarkable man – and driver.

First Turn: Historical Best.

Time Capsule: September in racing hisory.

Market Guide: Formual 5000

Photo Gallery: Monaco, Wine Country and more.

Product Reveiw: AC Cobra & Lotus Seven.

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Dimensions 112 × 143 in


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