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2003

2003.1 (Jan/Feb 2003)
Model # 2003.1
LEADER CARD RACERS
Known as the Flying Ws Indianapolis 500 champion Roger Ward, car builder A.J. Watson and car owner Bob Wilke they were a team of winners tough to beat.

THE COMEBACK KID
Stirling Moss never knew the meaning of quitting, even when a race looked hopelessly lost.

FROM GRID TO GRINS
Julian Balme reports back from a Cobra drivers seat in the first Le Mans Classic.

SALON: PORSCHE 917.020 - THE WAR HORSE
The Porsche 917 struggled, staggered, struggled some more then beat the best.

VINTAGE EVENT COVERAGE:
SVRA Watkins Glen
GRL Lime Rock
Goodwood Revival
VSCDA Fall Festival
CSRG Fall Frolic
Concorso Italiano

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2003 Annual
Model # 2003a
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2003.2 (Mar/Apr 2003)
Model # 2003.2
THE LAST AMERICAN ROAD RACE
Though Put-in-Bay lacked the grand scale of famous European road races, it made up for it with charm and something far more special.

A CAR ENTHUSIAST COMES TO AMERICA
Born with gasoline in his veins, John von Neumann made racing his sport but made automobiles his business.

SABOTAGE AT THE SPEEDWAY?
In 1948, an Indy 500-winning Maserati found itself at the center of a controversy at the Brickyard.

SALON: ASTON MARTIN DB4-GT LIGHTWEIGHT
Rare, powerful and beautiful, this specially developed race car missed out on a life in the spotlights.

VINTAGE EVENT COVERAGE:
SVRA Blue/Gray Challenge
SVRA VIR Season Finale
GRL Chrysler Speed Festival
HSR Brumos Daytona
VDCA Savannah

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2003.3 (May/Jun 2003)
Model # 2003.3
THE RIVERSIDE ROCKET
Although nearly forgotten in the 21st century, Rex Mays was a nationally known American hero in the prime of his stellar racing career.

DEUTCH-BONNET AND THE INDEX OF PERFORMANCE
Rare and uniquely French, tiny D-B Racers achieved an impressive record in motorsport. We focus on a rare example, the aluminum Cotard HBR5 coupe.

MUSEO FANGIO
In Balbarce, Argentina, a long-time national hero and five-time World Champion is celebrated in a magnificent museum.

SALON: RED LOBSTER MARCH 83G CHEVROLET
The Fastest Bug in IMSA - Two citizen racers campaign one of the most memorable GTP cars of the IMSA era.

VINTAGE EVENT COVERAGE:
HSR Sebring Endurance
SVRA Sebring 12-Hours
HMSA Laguna Seca
Amelia Island Concours

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2003.4 (Jul/Aug 2003)
Model # 2003.4
Bob McKee - A Half Century Well Spent
An innovative thinker and fabricator, Bob McKee built Specials that made big noises on America's racetracks.

Like a Song - Formula A Remembered
The races from this popular series are gone, but the words of rivals Sam Posey and David Hobbs might just live on forever.

Crash, Burn and Learn
Before each racing season, Rocky Mountain Vintage Racing's Fire and Rescue School prepares for the worst but expects the best.

Salon: Lotus 79 - That Championship Season
For Mario Andretti and Colin Chapman - and all who love immortal racing cars - the Lotus 79 is as good as it gets.

Vintage Event Coverage:
HGP Long Beach
HSR Barber Historic Races
CSRG Infineon Raceway
T66 Barber Motorsports Park
Chrysler California Mille
HSRW California Speedway
Ormond Beach

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2003.5 (Sep/Oct 2003)
Model # 2003.5
Homestretch to Le Mans
In the early 1960's, Ford Motor Company embarked on the most ambitious competition program in automotive history. The battlefield where it badly wanted to win was France, and it was a battle that proved to be an uphill climb all the way.

Alfred Neubauer - The Big Man With The Stopwatches
Once one of the most powerful men in motorsport, Mercedes-Benz legendary racing boss invented the job of team manager.

Remembering Briggs Cunningham
Veteran racer John Fitch pays tribute to his former boss, mentor, companion and friend.

Salon: Ford GT40 MkIV - The Deuce's Ace
To beat Enzo Ferrari, Henry Ford II had to beat the world.

Vintage Event Coverage:
VIR Gold Cup
IEI Jefferson 500
GRL Wine Country
HSR Walter Mitty
Le Mans Legends
SVRA GT Challenge
IMS Indy Legends

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2003.6 (Nov/Dec 2003)
Model # 2003.6
IMSA - The Last Great American Road Racing Series, Pt 1
The first in a four-part series on the International Motor Sports Accociation covers IMSA founder John Bishop's departure from the SCCA and his struggles to build the new road racing series.

Oh, The Roaring Springs! Part 1
California's Palm Springs was a sheltered desert spa, until it woke up one day to the snarl of road racing and the fame that followed.

The Calm Before the Storm
By the mid-1960s, Porsche's ultimate goal was world domination in sports car racing. One of the more interesting rungs in the ladder was the 910. We race the '67 Porsche 910-025 at Laguna Seca and see what the car is all about.

Coming Up Short at Bonneville
Racing's elder statesman, John Fitch, attempts a speed record on the Salt Flats at the age of 86.

Salon: 1960 Team Cunningham Corvette
Vintage Event Coverage:
GRL Monterey Historics
VSCDA BRIC
Sommet des Legendes
SVRA Mid-Ohio
VARAC Motorsport
Goodwood Festival
HSRW California Speedway

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