June 11th, 2010 at 10:58am
(Archived video and chat after the jump below)
This we took the show on the road to The Henry Ford for a “Racing in America” event. We had a lot of great discussion about racing, which you can catch in Part One of this week’s show, but here is Part Two, and it’s all about the news of the week. We discussed the outcry over the “Chevrolet not Chevy” memo, as well as GM’s quiet management shake up. We also talked about Ford’s new restoration parts business and why you won’t get to drive the Panoz Abruzzi in America. On hand is John McElroy as well as David Welch from Bloomberg BusinessWeek and, of course, the Autoextremist, Peter De Lorenzo.
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NOTE: Recorded Ustream video includes both parts starting with our racing discussion and concluding with the news roundup for this week.