If they are looking for content they could get out and about and get to some of the less commercial historic events, VSCC, MGCC, HSCC, CSCC etc, or some hill climbs and they would catch up with some interesting cars and people who are not the ones to go to Monaco, Goodwood etc. Ed Foster does race his dad's ex works MGB form time to time and even Frankel races!
They must in due course run out of big names to feature. How many times have they done Clark, Senna, Moss etc? Is there anything more to say about them?
Totally agree- I wrote to the mag a couple of years ago suggesting this type of content. Race reports are not really important but well written 'atmospheric ' accounts of events would be welcome.I also do not ever want to read yet another Moss piece unless it says something new. I wish they would go a little off piste and do stuff which hasn't been covered before. Such as.. random examples might be the Token story, a Tony Dean piece(everything here- Can Am victory, uber club racer and clink for smuggling cigars), hillclimbs now and in the past etc. Mind you it is still so much better than the lifestyle guff in Octane et al- I fulminate when their 'must see' events are some daft concourse for eurotrash to show off their over restored 250 GTs and they never mention the sublime experience of VSCC at Cadwell etc. It is so often Villa del Este this and Pebble Beach that- yaaawn !