September 2014 VRJ/VRC


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Interview: Almo Copelli – Mike Jiggle talks with the talented Italian about his early struggles and unflinching dedication.

Profile: Mountain Commander – Patrick Quinn samples one of Australia’s earliest V8-powered racing sedans, at the place where it made its history – Bathurst’s Mount Panorama.

Feature: The Brothers and Others-Part 2 – Robert Newman completes his assessment of Maserati’s rich racing history from 1939 to the present day.

Heroes: Jochen Rindt – Robert Newman looks back upon the meteoric career of the man who was F1’s only posthumous champion.

Legends Speak: Remembering Ken Gregory – Tony Robinson speaks of a man whose transformative impact on modern motor sport is often overlooked.

Art History: “Dan Gurney ’64 Targa Florio” – Masha Pasichnyk captures the All-American hero and his Cobra on their way to victory in the Italian classic.

Greatest Racecars: 1976 BMW 3.5 CSL – Dieter Quester explains why the 3.5-liter “Batmobile” is his favorite of all the cars he raced for BMW.

Last Lap: John Surtees – Mike Lawrence offers his appreciation of the only man ever to be World Champion on two wheels and four.

First Turn: Monza Madness

Hidden Treasure: 1959 Bocar XP-5

Market Guide: Formula 5000

Photo Galleries: Silverstone, Indianapolis, Laguna Seca, MontlhΓ©ry


Provenance: Tracking the History – 1959 Kellison J-4R

Profile: Airplanes to Automobiles – 1927 Avion Voisin C7 Chastness

Interview: Dr. Fred Simeone – Car Collector, Neurosurgeon

Feature: The Classic Ferrari 250 GT/E

Driven: 1958 Jaguar XK150 Fixed Head Coupe

Photo Gallery: Ault Park Concours d’Elegance, San Marino Motor Classic, The Elegance at Hershey, Le Mitiche Sport a Bassano, VSCC Light Car & Edwardian Section Summer Rally & Tour.

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in


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