We seem to be inundated with anniversaries at the moment, but Bugatti’s 110th was one we wanted to celebrate in style – so that’s exactly what we’ve done in our latest issue!
In fact, the new February 2019 edition of Classic & Sports Car magazine serves up a bona fide world exclusive, as we gather together a trio of modern Molsheim hypercars. We also dedicate several pages to tracing the story of this legendary brand and get behind the wheel of some of its biggest historic stars.
But it’s not all Bugatti. We delve into Gordon Murray’s personal collection and drive one of his masterpieces, meet the owner who’s restored his Spitfire twice and so much more.
Our February 2019 edition is out now (in the UK) and you can get it here. Read on for a preview to whet your appetite!
In a world exclusive, C&SC gathers a very special trio of Bugatti hypercars from the modern era at Molsheim, as EB110 SuperSport meets Veyron and mighty Chiron for a 200mph shootout.
Richard Heseltine is the chap tasked with putting them head-to-head. This is one not to miss.
Back to the banking
In part two of our Bugatti special, we have another exclusive.
Join Mick Walsh as he takes a beautifully patinated Type 51, one of the most original Grand Prix Bugattis, back to the site of one of its most famous victories, the banked circuit at Montlhéry.
Expect the unexpected as Colin Goodwin takes a tour of legendary F1 designer Gordon Murray’s car collection, to pick out some of its more surprising inclusions.
From Hillman Imp to Lotus Elan, there’s lots to love as Murray talks us through his collection.
Third time lucky?
Now this really is a rather special car. From motorsport glory to concours star, via a life-threatening crash, this Mk1 Triumph Spitfire has certainly led an eventful life.
Greg MacLeman meets the American enthusiast who still loves driving his father’s classic.
Transatlantic V8 greats
From a UK car in the US to British cars with American V8s.
Here, Martin Buckley samples three of his favourite models to mate American muscle with British style: the Bristol 407, the Gordon-Keeble GK1 and the Jensen C-V8.
Which is his pick?
Check out these articles and many more in the February 2019 edition of Classic & Sports Car magazine, featuring our Bugatti special, on sale now.
We hope you enjoy it.