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April 24, 1972 | Jackie Stewart
In Part II Stewart describes the death of Jochen Rindt, the Austrian who posthumously became world champion for 1970, and tells how his life might have been saved.
December 12, 1966 | Kim Chapin
Volkswagens, disguised as Lilliputian Formula One cars, have gone to the races in a big way and the pros, to judge by their zest last week, like them as much as the amateurs they were designed for
October 08, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
POLITICS IMany people are against the amateur sports bill that Senator John Tunney is sponsoring in Congress. They are fearful of intrusion by government into sport, and so are we. But marathon runner Kenny Moore...
July 13, 1970
"Swimming is my main exercise," said Doris Day recently. "I keep my pool at 94° the year round, and I swim four times a day, I really do. And at night—I skinny dip." For the benefit of fans inclined to fall down in a...
October 12, 1970 | Jackie Stewart
A famous world driving champion discusses the classic curves where men face both the ultimate danger and the supreme excitement of their sport. He also tells how he did his best to win last Sunday's U.S. Grand...