2001.5 Sept/Oct 2001

2001.5 Sept/Oct 2001

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THE REVOLUTIONARY FRENCHMAN
In 1913, Jules Goux won the Indianapolis 500 in a Peugeot powered by twin overhead camshaft four-cylindar with 16 valvesthe Frenchman raised a few American eyebrows.

THE LOTUS-FORD PLOT TO OVERTHROW THE OFFY ROADSTER
Dan Gurney put together the corporate might of Ford Motor Company and the innovative genius of Colin Chapman to end the era of the front-engined roadster at Indianapolis.

MERCEDES CELEBRATES 100 YEARS
Mercedes won its first race in 1901, the notorious Nice-La Turbie hillblimb. To honor the anniversary, a celebration was held in Monte Carlo.

SALON: AT THE SIGN OF THE CHEVRON
The one-off Chevron B16 Spyder was a last-ditch effort that won the 1970 European Two-Liter Championship on the last turn of the last lap of the last race.

MOET AND MOONSHINE
The Ameilia Island Councours has made a home in the hearts of automotive connoisseurs.

VINTAGE EVENT COVERAGE:
HSR Sebring
HSR/SVRA Sebring 12 Hour
CSRG Sears Point
SVRA Roebling Road
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