Never leave animals or children unattended in vehicles.

Episode 43, Don’t leave pets, children alone in vehicles

Tragedy strikes every summer. Children and pets die from heatstroke after being left unattended in cars and trucks. It should never happen, but it...
Bruce Landsberg, VIce Chairman of the National Transportation Board is our special guest on episode #74 of The Weekly Driver Podcast.

#74, National Transportation Safety Board Most Wanted

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) began in 1966 and since 1990 it has announced a Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements. Its...
The California Automobile Museum has a varied collection of cars and trucks.

Episode 18, California Automobile Museum curator Carly Starr

Carly Starr is the curator of the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento. She has incredible knowledge of the cars and trucks in the unheralded...
James Raia (left) and Bruce Aldrich interview Author Libby Edelman.

#8, The Weekly Driver Podcast (video): Peugeot set for U.S. return

A date and what models will be offered haven't been announced. But Peugeot will soon return to the North American market. Groupe PSA is the...

Episode 2, Cars We’ve Owned

Every family has had cars, some long gone, some inherited by children or found in grandpa's garage decades later. A vehicle's pedigree is at...
Eric Guberman, EV master on the YouTube channel E for Electric.

#76, Alex Guberman, YouTube electric vehicle maverick

Alex Guberman is as passionate as anyone about the electric vehicle industry. A recent transplant from the Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay...
Bruce Aldrich hosting video #14 from The Weekly Driver Podcat

Volvo, VW and driving in the pro cycling caravan (video)

For every cyclist competing in a professional bike race, there's seemingly a corresponding vehicle. But it's not an exact parallel. In fact, in top-level...

Episode 28, Rats eating cars, winter driving, Genesis shines

If you live near a river and your vehicle is parked outside and near trees, there's likely one more reason to be concerned about...
John Lamm is a journalist and photographer who has worked for decades for many of the automotive industry's most prestigious magazines. He's also the author of several books, including the new release, Supercar Revolution: The Fastest Cars Of All Time. Sub-titled "The one-stop guide to world-class supercar and their battle for ultimate performance and supremacy," Lamm's coffeetable-sized volume is essential for anyone who admires, dreams of, or owns a supercar of their own. The veteran journalist is our guest on episode #70 of The Weekly Driver Podcast. It's also our first episode on video. It will be posted separately. Hamm's book is cleverly organized by decades but also m.p.h. “Section 1: The First Wave, 1967-1978” features the first supercars in the 150-190 m.p.h range., including the Lamborghini Miura and Countach. “Section 2: The Group B Connection, 1983-1991” includes supercars that can run 163-220 m.p.h and features the likes of the Ferrari F40, Acura NSX and The Vector. “Section 3: The Modern Supercar Era 1992-Present” features the fastest of all, supercars that go 190-250 m.p.h., and includes the McLaren F1, Bugatti Veyron, Ford GT, Pagani Huayra and more.   Bruce and I discuss with Hamm the book-writing process and his long tenure as an automotive journalist and photographer. We also discuss his relationships with icons of the automotive world, including comedian Jay Leno. The book includes a feature Leno, host of Jay Leno’s Garage and one of the world's best-known automotive collectors and enthusiasts. (Supercar Revolution: The Fastest Cars Of All Time, Published by Motorbooks, Hardcover, 240 pages, $40 USD, $52 CAN, ISBN: 9780760363348.)   The book is available on Amazon, here: The Weekly Driver encourages and appreciates feedback from our listeners. Please forward episode links to family, friend and colleagues. And you are welcome to repost links from the podcast to your social media accounts. Support our podcast by shopping on Amazon.com. Please send comments and suggestions for new episodes to James Raia via email: james@jamesraia.com. All episodes of the podcast are archived on www.theweeklydriver.com/podcast Every episode is also available on your preferred podcast platform: Google Play iTunes Spotify Stitcher The Weekly Driver Podcast is presented by www.americanmuscle.com.

#70, Journalist, photographer John Lamm’s new supercar book

John Lamm is a journalist and photographer who has worked for decades for many of the automotive industry's most prestigious magazines. He's also the...
Max Mack is the owner of Driven to Drive in Sacramento.

#68, Driven to Drive, 2018 podcast year in review

Max Mack has owned his share of vehicles. Like other car enthusiasts, he appreciates fast cars and automobile history, and he likes to associate...

Episode 32, Coolest show on earth for all things engines

The Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show is a daylong festival of engines. Rare and sentimental cars, trucks, aircraft, law enforcement vehicles, tractors, busses, military...

Episode 6, Fantasy Cars We Want

If you could buy any car, what would you choose? A Ferrari? Aston Martin? Bugatti? Rolls Royce? Lamborghini? Or how about something more elegant...