The Weekly Driver Podcast takes coronavirus break

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For more than two years, Bruce Aldrich and I have broadcast The Weekly Driver podcast. We’ve interviewed manufacturer CEOs, vintage car owners and the world’s most well-known mountain climber who spent many years living a van.

We’ve attended automotive shows and auctions. We’ve interviewed authors, industry analysts and icons from the worlds of cars, trucks and motorcycles.

Bruce Aldrich and James Raia interview journalist and photographer John Lamm about his new book on the Supercar Revolution.
Bruce Aldrich and James Raia interview automotive guests every week on The Weekly Driver Podcast.

Bruce has done a solo show or two and I’ve done the same. Vacations and other minor life circumstances have altered a few interviews.

As everyone knows, the coronavirus is another matter.

We’re going to take a break for at least two weeks, but we’ll be back. We’re enthusiastic about the podcast and we have fun. We can’t wait to have fun again.

I’m an optimist and I believe I can speak for Bruce. He’s also optimistic. But like my wife and I, Bruce and his wife are mindful of the circumstances and taking precautions.

In the meantime, here a few links from some of our favorite recent episodes.

#124, STEVE JOHNSON: CARTOONIST IS AUTO WORLD’S WACKY FUTURIST

#105, STUNTMAN ROBERT NAGLE TALKS FORD V. FERRARI

#98, MARY MCGEE SHARES HER CAREER AS MOTORCYCLE ICON

And as a reminder, all of our episodes are archived on my website:

www.theweeklydriver.com/podcast

Every episode is also available on your preferred podcast platform:

Google Play
iTunes
Spotify
Stitcher
iheartradio

Please send comments and suggestions for new episodes to James Raia via email: [email protected]

And finally, please support our podcast.

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