The ninth 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 at how balancing risk leads to reward.
Tom Glatch takes us inside an event where Miller’s race cars still roar.
Simon Kidston discusses the weight of original colors — and the challenges of straying from them.
Jay Leno looks into the importance of risk — and the troubles of trying to avoid it.
Rich Taylor takes on a long and winding revival of a destitute Devin SS.
Elana Scherr talks with NASCAR greats Bobby Allison, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and Ross Chastain about how they handle the risks of racing.
In One Lap at Speed, racers Bruce Canepa, Daniel Ricciardo, Felix Rosenqvist, Bill Warner and Michael Leven go turn-by-turn on what it takes to run a tight lap at some of the world’s most famous tracks.
Brian Redman looks back at his many victories — and scary moments — at Spa-Francorchamps.
Russell Hayes screams up Kop Hill in a ’32 Ford — and digs into what makes the Kop Hill Climb a special, end-of-season event.
Magnus Walker chats with Stephen Serio about the mantra of risk, freedom and a British bulldog mentality.
And we look at the $486m total from Monterey Car Week and the market through the fall months, including $1b in sales from BaT through the first three quarters of 2022. We also dive in on the BMW 507 that sold for over $2.3m at Bonhams Audrain and a $77k striped Barrett-Jackson Bronco that hints at a shift in the truck market.
Read those stories and a lot more in Linkage #009.