The 14th issue of Linkage — Renaissance — is now complete and at the printing press. It will be on its way to subscribers soon — but in the meantime, here’s a sneak peek at some of what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne looks at the new ideas and new opportunities that are driving a motoring renaissance.
Matt Fink goes hunting for grassroots glory and finds a racing renaissance in a cornfield in rural Ohio.
Simon Kidston takes us through the current classic car market conditions as the Monterey dust settles.
Jay Leno shows us how a proper car renaissance can last decades, particularly for storied brands.
Zak Brown explains how the big screen has paved the way for a fresh focus on racing in America.
Tom Glatch dives deep into Formula One’s American renaissance, where new fans find new excitement at the top levels of motorsport.
Chester Allen’s 780-mile drive to Monterey illustrates the power of a simple, well-balanced modern sports car.
Brett Berk’s feature on David Kibbey shows how one young concours judge is carrying on the tradition.
Jim Pickering talks about the weight of history in this summer’s sales, and in our market section, Chad Tyson covers Bonhams’ annual Goodwood Festival of Speed sale, and Russell Hayes dives into Artcurial’s recent showing at Le Mans — and Steve Ahlgrim shares his thoughts on the $30m Ferrari 412 P that set the high bar of Monterey 2023, while Stephen Serio looks into RM Sotheby’s Lost & Found Collection and beyond.
Read those stories, and many more, in Linkage #014. Not yet a subscriber? Sign up here.