2019.3 May/June 2019
Paul Leffler was a sprint car builder extraordinaire and a whole lot more.
BIG NOISES FROM A FEW CARS
Part I: The story of low volume and nearly no volume GT race cars
THE GREAT WHAT IF?
Suppose Mario Andretti had qualified the Lotus and ran it in the 1969 Indianapolis 500?
The future of road racing in America was reflected in the close rivalry of East Coast drivers Walt Hansgen and George Constantine in 1958-59.
ROAD STIR: GETTING OUR KICKS IN 1046
Exclusive! We drive the 1966 Le Mans 24 Hour-winning Ford GT40 on a North Carolina Interstate.
CHUCK AND PETE'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE
Specially prepped Chevy IIs take on the invincible Jaguar MKIIs in England's big car saloon racing.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
- SALON: Dan Gurney's 1969 Eagle Santa Ana AAR 701
- My Favorite Race: Howdy Holmes and the 1979 Indianapolis 500
- Great Vintage Garages: Jason Len Garage
- Vintage Shop: Carparc USA
- Amelia Island Concours
- The Race of Gentleman
- NHRA March Meet
- VHRR Phillip Island
- HMSA Laguna Seca