AAH #243 – The Secret, Illegal Race that Nobody Knows About

May 23rd, 2014 at 12:48am

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- Dodge & SRT: Hell(cat) Yes!
- Hyundai’s Fuel Cell Tucson Hits the Streets of SoCal
- GM Recalls Continue to Pile Up as a New PR Chief Steps In

SPECIAL GUEST: Cory Welles, Producer/Director, “32 Hours, 7 Minutes”
- The filmmaker discusses her documentary about breaking a record time for traveling across the United States

All that and more with John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production; Todd Lassa, Automobile; and Elliot Wilhelm, Detroit Film Theatre Director.

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2 Comments to “AAH #243 – The Secret, Illegal Race that Nobody Knows About”

  1. Robert Sauter Says:

    Hi John. Great After Hours show. I immediately purchased 32 Hour and 7 Minutes. Just a thought on recalls. I had a 2009 CTS-V. Loved it! At any rate GM sent me a recall around 2011. It seems if I had a front seat passenger, not using their seat belt, and had a accident the following might happen. Said passenger, remember no seat belt, could fly forward and hit the instrument panel. Consequently the clove compartment lid might pop open and the passenger, remember no seat belt, might get hurt. Daaaa! I recently had a bout with cancer and truthfully think the lawyers are more malignant!

  2. Todd Says:

    Great Show! In doing some reading online about 32 hours 7 minutes there appears to be quite a back story to the film including a falling out between Cory and Alex. I also didn’t realize it actually dates back to 2006. Curious why some of this wasn’t brought up during the interview with Cory. Were you all advised not to ask about certain things prior to the interview?