This wonderful magazine, published after the Grand Prix includes shots of pit & on track action. On the cover we see BRM crew members filling the fuel tank of Graham Hill’s BRM. Eventual winner Innes Ireland had an eventful weekend on the way to his first Grand Prix victory. Friday’s practice session saw the steering wheel come off in his hands, sending the Lotus into the trees. Luckily, with no major impacts, Ireland was fine to race and the Lotus was repaired in time for qualifying on Saturday. 105.08 was was the fastest lap he could turn, placing him 8th on the grid, before the engine blew up. After crew members worked 8 hours replacing the engine, Ireland did his job on Sunday and won the 1961 US Grand Prix at Watkins Glen.