The 15th issue of Linkage — Porsche — is at the printing press and will be on its way to subscribers soon. In the meantime, here’s a look at some of what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne looks at his own great Porsche love affair — and at the elements that have combined to make the brand the powerhouse that it is today.
Simon Kidston takes a globetrotting tour of James Bond memorabilia.
Jay Leno looks back at his own track from American muscle to Porsche excellence, with the help of his friend Jerry Seinfeld.
Zak Brown explains the challenging magic of street circuits in Formula One, and looks ahead at the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Rob Sass dives in to the world of so-called lesser-loved Porsches — all of which are enjoying newfound respect among younger Porsche owners.
Michael Leven talks with legendary Porsche racer Hurley Haywood about success, competition and the drive to win.
Bob Sorokanich finds the soul of early Porsche and its glimmers of post-1966 greatness at this year’s Goodwood Revival.
Chester Allen talks with noted artist and Porsche lover Lyn Hiner about the air-cooled muse — and how to capture something as dynamic as a passion for Porsche on the canvas.
Jim Pickering looks at Porsche’s recent rise to market prominence in this issue’s Market Focus column — and how its inflation of value can be instructive to the greater market. Carl Bomstead looks at the high points from this year’s RM Sotheby’s Monterey auction, B. Mitchell Carlson takes us to Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach sale, and Prescott Kelly shows us what it takes for a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS to ring the bell at auction via a good example that sold at Bonhams’ Audrain Concours auction in October.
Linkage #015 has all this and a lot more, and subscribers should see it in their mailboxes soon. Not yet a subscriber? Learn more here.