Historic Racing Technology Issue 27


Back – after 70 years! Alfa Romeo 12C Prototipo restored and readied for action

Rally revolution Gordon Bruce looks at a clever innovation from Bespoke Rallies, a leading Vintage & Classic Car Rally organiser

“Guess what? I’ve bought your car!” Hal Ridge discovers the story behind the phone call to a former rival that saw Mike Jordan reunited with his TVR Tuscan –nearly 20 years after letting it go

Tribute Industry mourns the passing of Historic Racing & Technology founder William Kimberley

The future of historic racing The historic racing industry is worth billions of pounds. But does it need to look forward as well as back? Sara Goodsell asks the experts

Bentley Blower Continuation More than 40,000 hours of work underpinned the first customer car of the world’s first pre-war continuation series. In the last feature he was working on, William Kimberley follows the story of ‘CarZero’, the engineering prototype for the project

Historic Racing Association The manner in which suppliers were left exposed, unable to resist F3000 becoming a one-make series, offers a lesson to a flourishing but fragmented historic sector. Brian Sims explains the formation of the Historic Racing Association

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