The fifth issue of Linkage has arrived. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne looks back at 2021 and the new perspectives that this past year offered.
Massimo Delbo takes us from Cernobbio to Balcone d’Italia — alongside Lake Como — in a ’62 Lancia Flaminia Coupe Pininfarina.
In an exclusive, in-depth interview, Jacky Ickx reflects on his drive to win, renewal and what it took to be successful in the golden era of international motor racing.
Simon Kidston remembers industry titan and friend Robert Brooks.
Jay Leno finds buried Bugatti treasure — and a solution to a broken Bentley 8-Litre — in the midst of uncertain times.
Rich Taylor takes us along as he builds a vintage racing powerhouse out of a derelict Kellison.
Russell Hayes travels to Goodwood, where the Festival of Speed welcomed back true believers to the ultimate summer garden party.
Sara Ryan dives deep into the young perspectives of this year’s Monterey Car Week.
Jim Pickering talks about motivation and tradition with this year’s Audrain Newport Concours 30 Under 30 class entrants.
David Gooding discusses how his company evolved to meet a new market in the world of COVID.
And we take an in-depth look at this summer’s auction results, with reports covering Gooding & Co’s $107m Pebble Beach auction and RM Sotheby’s $148.5m Monterey sale, as well as Bonhams’ $9.2m first-time Audrain sale, Barrett-Jackson’s Risky Business Porsche surprise and the rising market for the Viper RT/10.
Linkage #005 has all that and a lot more splashed across 188 thick, glossy pages.