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Saturday 23rd May 2015



Jim Smith: Clark’s Indy mechanic

Part one of an interview with a marine engineer who was suddenly conscripted into Team Lotus and ended up winning the Indy 500

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Frank Matich, 1935-2015

The last interview we did with Frank Matich, who sadly died on Monday

Penske’s first Indy win

Looking back to Mark Donohue’s 1972 victory and the legacy of that great first win

Reliving the Mille Miglia

Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the win with Moss and Mercedes

Espíritu de Montjuïc

Helping to put Spain on the historic racing map

Memories of F5000

Redman, Hobbs and Andretti reminisce over one of history’s finest single-seater series

Nuvolari’s Nürburgring

Vettel’s victory over Hamilton brought to mind the 80th anniversary of Nuvolari over von Brauchitsch

The 73rd Goodwood Members’ Meeting

Why Goodwood’s newest event is much more than ‘Revival-lite’

The Roebuck-Hughes Show

Every time we record a podcast there are always a load of great questions from readers that never get asked. Here are some from our season preview

Motorcycle racing’s dwindling classics

Daytona and Suzuka once played host to core events. Both could do with rejuvenating

Andretti’s memories of Sebring

Mario won the Florida classic three times, once for Ford and twice for Ferrari. Here are his favourite moments

Classified spotlight: Ferrari F40 GT

A closer look at one of the few F40s officially converted to race spec

Amon and Alonso

Does Alonso have the same knack as Amon for leaving teams at the wrong time?

Simon’s snapshots #17

British F3, Silverstone, June 8 1980

’70s F1 cars at Goodwood

This year’s Members’ Meeting will feature the high-airbox F1 cars of the mid-70s

Classified spotlight: Porsche 904/6 Carrera GTS

Take a closer look at the recreation we’ve got for sale in our classified section

Simon’s snapshots #16

British F3, Oulton Park,
September 15 1979

Daytona’s changing spectacle

From the days of Bill France Sr, through 1979′s game-changer to the restrictor plate race of today

History’s FWD race cars

Nissan isn’t the first to build a FWD racer. Let’s hope, for Bowlby’s sake, that history doesn’t teach us everything…

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