The contents and layout of the new issue are just perfect, especially the two articles on Jackie Stewart and Max Mosley.
I could not agree more with Max that real pieces of motorsport history should not be used recklessly on race tracks. I have seen some hairy racing with extremely valuable historical cars at Monaco, Monza and at the last Le Mans Classic, and was quite shocked at the arrogance of their owners. Money is not everything!
Michael A R Bernhard, Dully, Switzerland
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