Jan 15, 2021
Ep. 46: These Are The Top 10 Cool Cars NO ONE Bought In 2020!
Play • 38 min

In this episode of TFLtalk, Roman and Tommy discuss the top 10 cars which, despite being pretty cool for their own reasons, hardly anyone actually bought with their own money in 2020.

The Carmudgeon Show
The Carmudgeon Show
Some Car Companies Are Just Bad Parents — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 42
Automotive alliances and buy-outs are commonplace. Sometimes they go well: BMW did a great job of bringing back Mini in the early 2000s. Sometimes they go poorly: BMW did a terrible job with Rover during the same period. But BMW isn’t the only marque that’s done this, in fact most of the big players do: Ford with Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, and Volvo, GM with Saab, Chrysler with Lamborghini, Fiat with Lancia, Alfa Romeo, and Ferrari, Volkswagen with Lamborghini, Ducati, Bugatti, Bentley, the list goes on. In this episode, Jason and Derek discuss which marques are good parents, you know, the ones with happy, well-adjusted profitable and self-confident companylets, and which ones neglected, mismanaged, and otherwise stunted their charges with often tragic or fatal results. The Carmudgeon Show is a comedic, information-filled conversation with Jason Cammisa and Derek Tam-Scott, two car enthusiasts who are curmudgeonly beyond their years. Proving you don’t have to be old to be grumpy, they spend each episode talking about what’s wrong with various parts of the automotive universe. Despite their best efforts to keep it negative, they usually wind up laughing, happy, and extolling their love for cars. Which just makes them angrier and more bitter. ISSIMI is an enthusiast-owned, full-service specialist offering sales, consignment, collection management, service, and consulting to discerning enthusiasts and collectors. Specializing in complex transactions that include international services for exceptional cars, ISSIMI’s San Francisco Bay Area and Europe-based teams of experts pride themselves on transparency and knowledge. Jason Cammisa is an automotive journalist, social-media figure, and TV host with over 250 million views on YouTube alone. Jason’s deeply technical understanding, made possible by a lifelong obsession with cars, allows him to fully digest what’s going on within an automobile — and then put it into simple terms for others to understand. Also, a Master’s Degree in Law trained him to be impossible to argue with. Derek Tam-Scott still tries. He’s a young automotive expert with old-man taste in cars, and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering — which means he knows how to be civil to Jason. Or at least he tries. With a decade and a half’s experience buying, selling, driving and brokering classic and exotic cars, he’s experienced the world’s most iconic cars. And hated most of them.   Don't forget to visit:​ ISSIMI Instagram:​ ISSIMI Facebook:​ Podcast available on: ISSIMI Soundcloud: Support the show (
1 hr 4 min
ClevelandMoto Motorcycle Podcast  / Cleveland Moto
ClevelandMoto Motorcycle Podcast / Cleveland Moto
Phil Waters
ClevelandMoto #316 Rules for the Build-A-Bike Challenge (aka nobody is happy)
Today Phil drops the rules and what we have to do for the ClevelandMoto Build-A-Bike Challenge. Cheaters be damned!    With host Phil Waters, Sleepy Cinch, Dan Kromke, John McElfresh, Chris Smith, Nick Divitto and Steve GSG Hoffert .  RULES FOR THE BUILD-a-BIKE Challenge 1:Each builder will work alone, on the bike they randomly selected. The bikes are identical aside from color, they are all factory sealed, nothing has been removed or added to the crates.  2: Builders are strongly recommended to bring their own tools. Shop tools are provided (2 sets) but access will be controlled.   a: Shop tools will be loaned 1 at a time on a 1 for 1 loan/return basis.  b: All tools will be sanitized by the Tool Handler.  3: Each contestant will have access to the Floor Judge for one 5 minute session to assist with their build.  a: when the Floor Judge says your time is up, it's up.  4: Each Builder must operate only within their 10'x10' work area.  a: tools outside of your work area will be penalized.  b: bike or parts outside of the work area will be penalized.  5: The Floor Judge can issue immediate penalties that may be Malort or adding time to your total build as they see fit. a: Shenanigans like stealing parts or tools from other builders will not be tolerated.  b: Impeding another builder in any way will be falled down upon with great vengance and extreme wrath. The other builders will choose your fate. God have mercy on your soul.  6: Each Builder must have their own Zoom equipped device that can run for 1.5 hours (or have a plug/cord). It must be able to run on Clevelandmoto's wifi. 7: We're all friends, no lawsuits or being a jerk. We know there are risks involved.  8: Builders will supply their own PPE and eye protection etc. Masks when in the common areas (outside of your build area). Masks are not required outdoors. If you're not feeling well. Take a pass. We don't want to get sick because you're a hero.  9: Phil will judge the quality / accuracy of your build. It's not up for debate. If you've made an error you will have a chance to correct it after your clock is restarted. a:  All remedial work must be followed by an inspection and another test ride.  b: There will be a 3rd party time manager who will keep track of everyone's build on 6 individual stop watches.  c: There will also be a group clock so folks can get an idea of how they're doing.  10: All bikes will be totally completed, fueled, started, adjusted, idled, and inspected and taken for a very short off-road test ride before the timer is stopped. Support the show (
2 hr 11 min
Speed Secrets Podcast
Speed Secrets Podcast
Ross Bentley: Performance & Race Driver Coach
182 - Jay St. Claire, Colin Pascik & Aaron Brooks - Ranger Road & Vets Racing
On this week’s episode of Speed Secrets Podcast, I talk with Jay St. Claire, Colin Pascik, and Aaron Brooks of Ranger Road Motors (a team that competes in LeMons races, giving Vets a chance to start racing). We discuss the start of Ranger Road Motors, what it’s like for an amputee Vet to jump behind the wheel of a race car for the first time, what it’s like to work with a Vet with PTSD, how to adapt a race to drivers missing a limb, and the number one biggest challenge that first-timers face. Ranger Road Motors’ mission is to bring Veterans together through extraordinary experiences and empower the transition to the next chapter in their life. The transition from military life to civilian life can be difficult. Trauma, stress and loss of camaraderie all contribute to a suicide rate well above average. The aim of Ranger Road is to transition veterans to civilian life through high adrenalin team-based events, reengaging their sense of camaraderie and showing them new battles to win and partners to fight alongside. From the road course to off-road. With specially equipped vehicles and a team of dedicated and experienced volunteers the motorsport division of Ranger Road is taking disabled veterans places they never thought possible. All equipment is provided. Veterans only need to bring their sense of adventure. Check out Ranger Road below!
57 min
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