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Classic & Sports Car

Jan 01 2022
Magazine

Classic & Sports Car is the world's best-selling classic car magazine and the undisputed authority for all owners and enthusiasts. Whether your interest is Italian Exotica, British sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s or modern classics, every issue of Classic & Sports Car perfectly complements the sheer joy and nostalgia of owning a classic car.

THE BIG PICTURE

Welcome

Classic & Sports Car

CLUBS STEAL THE NEC SHOW • The UK’s biggest indoor classic event returned with a bang, and C&SC was there to hand out the trophies

NEWS & EVENTS

Federation update

SPORT

Paddock profile

LOST & FOUND

Look familiar?

PETE SHEPHERD • A lifelong passion for classic slot-cars has led to a full-time job building bespoke miniature racers

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘He drove the Special into the City, complete with bowler hat, then roared across the river at lunchtime for practice’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Audi made the V16’s complex crankshaft itself in its high-tech facility. Gardiner rejected it at once as not good enough’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘Overtaking was a horn-blaring, gear-crunching national sport and totem of male pride for newly mass-mobile Italians’

Bridging the Gulf

How a Shadow added Spice to the lives of two enthusiasts

Pedant of the month • Pedant of the month wins a C&SC baseball cap. Send your observations to alastair.clements@haymarket.com

Comments & clarif ications

BETTER BY THE DOZEN • The V12 engine has long represented a statement of intent. How better to enjoy it than to sample three disparate takes on this multi-cylinder theme?

THE MIDAS TOUCH • Despite, or perhaps even because of, its rather glitzy hue, this celebrated Derby Bentley has enjoyed a lifetime of service and has rarely been out of the spotlight

CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION • The Mini spawned all manner of unusual low-volume creations. This rarefied quartet represents four diverse takes on a common theme

SEVEN DECADES OF DEVOTION • Beloved by Specials builders and the driving force of the world’s most famous car, the A-series engine shows off its myriad suits

SIX & PIECES • The MkVI signalled the start of production proper for Lotus, but owners had to complete their cars using whatever came to hand. This enduring example embodies that ethos

“He’d be up on his feet, jabbing at the screen. It was absolutely wonderful. You could sell tickets for it” • A former colleague and friends remember Murray Walker, whose passing in March left a generation of Formula One fans with unforgettable memories

RAISING THE SALOON BAR • BMW’s 326 democratised driving for many in Europe, and Frazer Nash-prepared examples gained a following in Britain, too. This storied survivor reveals why

STRANGER THINGS • Nashville, Tennessee, is the unlikely location for a world-class collection of eclectic machinery that celebrates the weird and wonderful

The knowledge

MAHARAJA OF THE ROAD • Meet Yohan Poonawalla, whose collection of regal machines went from Indian royalty to taking the concours scene by storm last summer

QUALITY, DISTILLED • Far from austerity motoring, these classy Continental compacts offered big-car class on a smaller scale

ROT SETS IN TO THE RED HORROR

MEET THE FLEET

THE LANDIE AND LOCKDOWN LIFE

ALEX RILEY • The TV presenter and sartorial iconoclast reveals what inspires his period look

KICKING UP A STORM • This Cotswolds-based restorer is serving the growing interest in ’80s BMWs – and business is booming

RARE HYPERCAR TOPS VETERAN RUN SALE

French classic...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 212 Publisher: Haymarket Media Group Ltd Edition: Jan 01 2022

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  • Release date: December 1, 2021

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Classic & Sports Car is the world's best-selling classic car magazine and the undisputed authority for all owners and enthusiasts. Whether your interest is Italian Exotica, British sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s or modern classics, every issue of Classic & Sports Car perfectly complements the sheer joy and nostalgia of owning a classic car.

THE BIG PICTURE

Welcome

Classic & Sports Car

CLUBS STEAL THE NEC SHOW • The UK’s biggest indoor classic event returned with a bang, and C&SC was there to hand out the trophies

NEWS & EVENTS

Federation update

SPORT

Paddock profile

LOST & FOUND

Look familiar?

PETE SHEPHERD • A lifelong passion for classic slot-cars has led to a full-time job building bespoke miniature racers

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘He drove the Special into the City, complete with bowler hat, then roared across the river at lunchtime for practice’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Audi made the V16’s complex crankshaft itself in its high-tech facility. Gardiner rejected it at once as not good enough’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘Overtaking was a horn-blaring, gear-crunching national sport and totem of male pride for newly mass-mobile Italians’

Bridging the Gulf

How a Shadow added Spice to the lives of two enthusiasts

Pedant of the month • Pedant of the month wins a C&SC baseball cap. Send your observations to alastair.clements@haymarket.com

Comments & clarif ications

BETTER BY THE DOZEN • The V12 engine has long represented a statement of intent. How better to enjoy it than to sample three disparate takes on this multi-cylinder theme?

THE MIDAS TOUCH • Despite, or perhaps even because of, its rather glitzy hue, this celebrated Derby Bentley has enjoyed a lifetime of service and has rarely been out of the spotlight

CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION • The Mini spawned all manner of unusual low-volume creations. This rarefied quartet represents four diverse takes on a common theme

SEVEN DECADES OF DEVOTION • Beloved by Specials builders and the driving force of the world’s most famous car, the A-series engine shows off its myriad suits

SIX & PIECES • The MkVI signalled the start of production proper for Lotus, but owners had to complete their cars using whatever came to hand. This enduring example embodies that ethos

“He’d be up on his feet, jabbing at the screen. It was absolutely wonderful. You could sell tickets for it” • A former colleague and friends remember Murray Walker, whose passing in March left a generation of Formula One fans with unforgettable memories

RAISING THE SALOON BAR • BMW’s 326 democratised driving for many in Europe, and Frazer Nash-prepared examples gained a following in Britain, too. This storied survivor reveals why

STRANGER THINGS • Nashville, Tennessee, is the unlikely location for a world-class collection of eclectic machinery that celebrates the weird and wonderful

The knowledge

MAHARAJA OF THE ROAD • Meet Yohan Poonawalla, whose collection of regal machines went from Indian royalty to taking the concours scene by storm last summer

QUALITY, DISTILLED • Far from austerity motoring, these classy Continental compacts offered big-car class on a smaller scale

ROT SETS IN TO THE RED HORROR

MEET THE FLEET

THE LANDIE AND LOCKDOWN LIFE

ALEX RILEY • The TV presenter and sartorial iconoclast reveals what inspires his period look

KICKING UP A STORM • This Cotswolds-based restorer is serving the growing interest in ’80s BMWs – and business is booming

RARE HYPERCAR TOPS VETERAN RUN SALE

French classic...


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