Road & Track - 1990 Magazines

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January Cover Story - As we enter the last decade of the 20th century, we face the intriguing question of what time as done to the objects of our enthusiasm. In search of an answer, we had Phil Hill drive banner Ferraris from past decades - a 250 GTO and a 365 GTB/4 Daytona - along with the supreme supercar of today, the F40. Phil shares his perspectives beginning on page 40 Features - Ferrari 348 (The headliner of the Frankfurt Auto Show draws rave reviews on the road as well); Jumbo Frankfurt (Inspired, yet breathless, Ted West tours the nine-hall Frankfurt Auto Show); 1990 Lotus Elan (From the spirit of the Sixties comes a roadster for the Nineties); Richie Ginther, 1930-1989 (Bidding farewell to a man of mystery and a racer of mastery); Update: Long-Term Cars (Travels and travails; our Nissan 240SX SE and Peugeot 405 Mi16); Salon: The Phantom Corsair (From 1938 comes a car worthy of "The War Of The Worlds") Road Tests - Five Sports Coupes To Monterey (So many coupes, so little time; comparing the Acura Integra GS, Ford Probe GT, Nissan 240SX SE, Plymouth Laser RS and Toyota Celica GT-S) Competition - Italian Grand Prix (Future Ferrari-ite Alain Prost gives the Italians a preview of wins to come); Portuguese Grand Prix (Senna sees red, Mansell misses the black and Berger savors the victory) Columns - Side Glances (It's a car that stirs the heart, nourishes the soul and attracts women like a shoe sale); Miscellaneous Ramblings (January 1990: presenting the first exotic cars of a brave new decade); About The Sport (The secret formulas for future F1 drivers aren't all that secret; F3 and F3000) Departments - People & Places; Letters To The Editor; Road Test Summary; Years Ago; Time & Place; Reviews; Ampersand; Tech Notes; Market Place; Technical Correspondence; PS