Magneto magazine issue 14

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Magneto issue 14 Summer 2022. Crash helmets from the greatest motor sport driver, a stunning Alfa 8C, Richard Mille’s Matra, Bentley V8, and more

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  • Take a look what’s inside

    In issue 14 of Magneto

    Crash Helmets

    The world’s most important crash helmets. Studio shoot of 17 grand prix helmets along with the archive images of the exact helmets in use. They include Nuvolari, Moss, Hunt, Senna, Schumacher and many more, as well as the famous helmet that Barry Sheene drilled a hole through which he could poke a cigarette.

    Ludvigsen on… Bentley V8

    Karl Ludvigsen on the life and death of Bentley L-series V8, which was introduced in 1959.

    Ferrari 250GT PF Coupé

    Discovered! This early 250GT has a remarkable story and first owner, soon to be revealed…

    Richard Mille’s Matra MS84

    The story of the restoration and recreation of the team’s four-wheel-drive F1 car, which now belongs to watchmaker Richard Mille.

    Bob Tronolone

    The little-known American photographer who documented 1960s Indy car racing, by Doug Nye.

    Aston Martin Valkyrie 

    The inside story of Aston’s hypercar

    Market Guide

    Honda NSX by John Simister

    Top 50 

    The greatest ever TV cars

  • Take a look what’s inside

    In issue 14 of Magneto

    Crash Helmets

    The world’s most important crash helmets. Studio shoot of 17 grand prix helmets along with the archive images of the exact helmets in use. They include Nuvolari, Moss, Hunt, Senna, Schumacher and many more, as well as the famous helmet that Barry Sheene drilled a hole through which he could poke a cigarette.

    Ludvigsen on… Bentley V8

    Karl Ludvigsen on the life and death of Bentley L-series V8, which was introduced in 1959.

    Ferrari 250GT PF Coupé

    Discovered! This early 250GT has a remarkable story and first owner, soon to be revealed…

    Richard Mille’s Matra MS84

    The story of the restoration and recreation of the team’s four-wheel-drive F1 car, which now belongs to watchmaker Richard Mille.

    Bob Tronolone

    The little-known American photographer who documented 1960s Indy car racing, by Doug Nye.

    Aston Martin Valkyrie 

    The inside story of Aston’s hypercar

    Market Guide

    Honda NSX by John Simister

    Top 50 

    The greatest ever TV cars

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