The seventh issue of Linkage is now off the press and on its way to subscribers. Here’s a look at what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne looks behind the curtain at both the McLaren and Ferrari factories and finds an enhanced experience of the cars.
Michael Leven dives into the new iteration of IMSA’s GTP series in an interview with IMSA President John Doonan.
Basem Wasef celebrates a moment frozen in time, with the impossibly low Ferrari Modulo and Lancia Stratos Zero concepts on Fiat’s old rooftop test track.
“Now pay attention, #007…” Simon Kidston explores the histories and mysteries of #007’s Aston Martin DB5s.
Jay Leno looks at what makes movie cars so special — and so notorious.
Michael Strahan looks back — and forward — at what it means to be a car person.
Is there such a thing as a perfect drag pass? Elana Scherr talks with 12 NHRA legends to find out.
Jim Pickering sits down with collector and author Miles Collier to discuss the making of his new book, The Archaeological Automobile.
Sara Ryan interviews a 20-something with a love for the weird and wonderful world of Citroën
And we take look at auctions from Gooding & Company’s record-breaking $69m Amelia sale through Artcurial’s $40m return to Rétromobile, along with a deeper dive on current Testarossa pricing, and what it means to have a best-of-the-best Dietrich Packard in today’s market.
Read those stories and more in Linkage #007.