A years free subscription is the prize for the knowledgeable reader who recognises this month’s mystery offering from LAT Photographic’s archives. Answers must be received by October 5 and in the event of there being more than one correct answer, we will favour the entry with the fullest information.
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Last Month: Begg-Chevy FM2 F5000
Where and when: Pukekohe, New Zealand, September 1969
Winner: Wolfgang Klopfer of Atenburg, Germany, recognised this machine — not surprising as he’s the author of books on F5000. Graham McRae drove drove FM2 on its debut in the NZ Gold Star series, but switched to a McLaren M10A later. The monococque FM2 was designed by Fred McLean and built by George Begg, mounting a wet-sump Comaro Z-28 unit.
Sparks at Donington
Teams competing in the new-for-2014, all-electric FIA Formula E Championship will be based at a purpose-built series HQ at Donington Park. A bespoke 44,000sq ft state-of-the-art facility (above) is under…
V to C miscellany, April 1987
Following discussion of fake vintage and historic cars in Motor Sport, CE Allen, the founder of the Vintage MCC, comments on the subject from the motorcycle angle, in the club…
Sporting Cars on the Road
The Hurlingham Vauxhall by the Editor Since the days of the old 30-98 Vauxhall this marque has passed through various phases, and anyone who took out one of the latest…