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Vintage Racecar Journal is the International source for the history, collection and competition of Vintage and Historic racecars. Tel: (562) 493-0737

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As a subscriber to Vintage Racecar Journal, not only will you receive authoritative profiles, features and first-person accounts of racing's greatest moments, each and every month, but you'll also receive one FREE classified ad/year as a token of our appreciation. Subscribe now and save up to 40% off the cover price. With timely news, fascinating articles, great photography and a free classified ad, we think you'll agree that Vintage Racecar Journal is the one magazine you have to read each and every month.
1 Yr/12 issues (US) - A savings of 30% off the newstand price. $54.95
2 Yrs/24 issues (US) - A savings of 40% off the newsstand price. $89.95

How to Contact Us
Casey M. Annis

Ed McDonough

Patrick Quinn

Robert Newman

Norm Sippel
1569 Canopy Oaks Blvd., Suite B
Palm Harbor, FL 34683
(888) RACE-VRJ
(727) 787-5929

Mike Jiggle
(0) 1604 479628 tel/FAX, (0) 7876 500494 mobile

Brian Caldersmith
(61) 2 9449 1740, (61) 2 9402 5740 FAX
(61) 0401 927 275 mobile

Lynne Gehrman

Main Office (North America)
Parabolica Publishing, LLC
Vintage Racecar Journal
5212 Katella Ave., Suite 206
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
(562) 493-0737, (562) 493-0715 FAX

UK/Europe Office
Vintage Racecar Journal
9 Green Lane
Wootton, Northants NN4 6LH
United Kingdom
(0) 1604 766645, (0) 1604 761813 FAX

South Pacific Office
Vintage Racecar Journal Pty. Ltd.
116 Warks Hill Road
Kurrajong Heights, NSW, 2758
(61) 2 4567 7380, (61) 0417 673 065 mobile

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Comment by Stuart Schaller on May 17, 2009 at 11:28pm
If anyone wants "etceterini" or pre-1960 Alfa info info, please feel free to e-mail me at
Comment by Dennis Gray on March 31, 2009 at 11:24am
San Francisco Formula-1 Group will host a private party to watch the Malaysian Grand Prix April 5, 1:30am pre-race, 2am flag drop. The bar will be open to F1 Fans by private party special arrangement with Overtime Sports Bar and Grill.
Check out for an invitation. Good times plus good people.
Location: Overtime Sports Bar and Grill
398 7th @ Harrison
Comment by Patrick Morgan on January 27, 2009 at 3:25am
Keep up the good work. Looking forward to the next issue.
Comment by Thomas-Juergen Muhs on January 26, 2009 at 1:50pm
Hi! I am giving my comments from the German point of view, respectively the European markets, however, two things have the worldwide classic markets in common: a, you have to differentiate between enthusiast owners and the people, who invested resp. speculated in/with classics and b, there are always multiple "sub-market". What do I mean with "sub-markets"? All national or continental classics-markets are devided into a couple of different segments, who all have their different ups and downs. The exclusive vehicles are traded completely different from the massproduction or the "average" luxury-marque.
And a top automobile has a different audience than a project, etc.. With all the crisis talk I am optimistic in general, because I know, that money never is lost - it only changed hands (unless it was burned or shreddered.... :-). And that means some people lost a lot, but this money is in others vaults. And there it would be senseless, if one doen't invest or consume. Hence my believe rather sooner than later it gets back into circulation - in one way or the other. And that means the markets for classics, art, boats and the like will get their fare share again. For the time being people operate more wisely and some, who have to, bring their carson the market, so it appears we have more a buyer's market. That helps to bring those "thru the roof"-prices down again and all objects will achieve their realistic and true value. Enthusiasts will always invest a huge part of their dispossable income into what they love. And don't forget: if a recession of 6% would be bad - we still would be on the level of 2005! So I conclude: the markets cool down, but will neither collaps, nor implode, but will seperate the pretenders from the real good ones! Let's enjoy what we love - keep on racing!
Comment by Casey Annis on January 22, 2009 at 11:06am
Thanks Guy,

There's a great collection of cars there. As a former Abarth owner, it's great to see so many of Carlo's little gems being taken care of in one place.
All the best,
Casey Annis, Editor
Comment by guy moerenhout on January 22, 2009 at 5:13am
hallo All ,have a look in our site .In our "abarth- works museum" you will find more info about abarth relation with Lancia Rally .the where even in same building ?See the rally beta coupe,rally HPE,rally Monte Carlo and even rallyservice beta. berline.Mayby this is new for you
Comment by Marc Crocetti on January 18, 2009 at 12:31pm
Great magazine , Great articles and insight to the Vintage racing evnts, Cars and people !!!
Comment by Casey Annis on January 14, 2009 at 4:48pm
Happy New Year from Vintage Racecar! The New Year is barely a week or two old, but there's lots going on in the historic racing world. Here's a sampling of some of the new content and news you'll find at

Andretti Honored by the Simeone
Mario Andretti was presented with the first annual Spirit of Competition Award at dedication ceremonies for the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia on November 12. The dedication ceremony was presided over by Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, and Andretti's award was presented by former Philadelphia Eagles head coach D*** Vermeil, whose father once raced sprint cars in Northern California.

Legends of Riverside Film Festival
This March 27-29 the Riverside International Raceway Museum will host a commemorative event, Legends of Riverside, to honor all that went on at the historic So. Cal. track. Joining forces with Dave Wolin's Automotive Film Festival, the museum will present a weekend filled with memories from the circuit including numerous screenings of racing films, a tribute to Paul Newman, several panel discussions featuring well-known racers, and a silent auction of related memorabilia, art, and photography.

Clark's Lotus Fetches 1.5 Million
Despite an uncooperative economy, Australia's Bonham's & Goodman recently sold the famed Dawson-Damer Lotus collection and achieved numerous records in the process. Surely the top lot of the collection was the ex-Jim Clark Lotus 25, and with such provenance there was predictably spirited bidding from connections in Europe, the United States, and Japan, but a new world record winning bid for any Lotus car of Aus$1.525 million came from an Australian bidder

January Issue Available Now
Check out the January issue of Vintage Racecar, which includes: a test of the rare Lolita Mini-powered sports racers, an interview with disabled Super-Vee champ Tom Pomeroy, a feature article on going to Bonneville with a DB Panhard., a look back at the life of Mike Hawthorn, and much, much more.

Read previews of these and other articles at
As the year progresses, look for regular weekly updates on the site, as well as some exciting new features.

All the best,
Casey Annis, Publisher/Editor
Vintage Racecar
phone: 562 493-0737
Comment by Yasu on January 14, 2009 at 11:07am
Thanks for the invitation!
Comment by Alan Blair on January 14, 2009 at 9:55am
I am a long tiome subscriber, great magazine!

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