The 4th issue of Linkage is now on its way to subscribers. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne reflects on his long-held passion for vintage racing — and looks at how motorsport functions to bring people together. Later, he takes us with him on the Mille Miglia.
Elana Scherr goes in-depth with the Arrow McLaren SP Team at the Indy 500.
Sam Posey looks at the key moment that racing changed his life.
Jay Leno messes with The Intimidator himself — and explains why racers are true athletes.
Simon Kidston glimpses a legend of the Mille Miglia.
Zak Brown explains why the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion is a must-see event.
David Donohue takes us on a run up Pikes Peak, where he placed third in 2021.
Ed Welburn tells the story of African-American drivers who tore up the midwest racing scene in the early days of motorsport — and whose legacy was nearly lost.
Mark Wigginton goes grudge racing at PIR on a Saturday night.
Carl Bomstead explores a reinvigorated Amelia Island Concours, back once again after COVID restrictions.
Chester Allen speaks with Bruce Canepa about life, racing and business.
And the team looks at Mecum’s $108m record Indy sale, a $3.47m sale of the last Ford GT40, Bonhams’ $10.2m Festival of Speed auction, the value of a vintage Dragmaster dragster at Barrett-Jackson, and the $14.1m event hosted by RM Sotheby’s in Milan on the eve of the Mille Miglia.
Look for all that — and a lot more — in Linkage #004.