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#178 G-Body Coolness with Kevin Bryde at Hotchkis Performance East

Bernie McPartland, live from the 2013 Hot Rod Power Tour, and Kevin Bryde, V.P. of Hotchkis Performance East!

#177 James Shipka and the Genesis of the One Lap Camaro!

This weeks interview is with James Shipka, builder, driver and owner of the One Lap Camaro, and winner of the 2013 vintage class of One Lap of America.

#176 Tony Gardner and iRacing: Learn to Race at Home Just Like The Pros!

This weeks interview is with Tony Gardner of, the online racing site that could really be considered a training tool used by racers with a vast online community.

#175 2013 Chevelle Update #2 – Live at Allison Customs!

The latest Chevelle update – live from Allison Customs! Roll bars, race belts, and giant tires – oh my!

#174 Mike Satterfield – M&P Speedshop Apparel’s Line of Cool Automotive Clothing

I talked to Mike about his line of apparel that is based on authentic historical speed places, people, and brands. He told me that he was tired of cheap and inaccurate vintage style shirts so he decided to produce his own line of clothing.