What happens when the male-oriented and scantly clad female heavy magazines like Maxim crossbreed with traditional car enthusiast magazines like Car and Driver? Mph happens. The magazine, published by the same house as the National Enquirer, promises offbeat humor and barely clothed women. Editor in chief Eddie Alterman asks "Is there a magazine speaking to a young guy in his 20s or 30s who is into cars but doesn't care who Juan Fangio or Dan Gurney is?" No, but do we need this? So now blocking a view of the GTI is a naked woman? I'd like to keep my cars and women separate please. I'm sure there are plenty of teenagers that will eat this up, but I'm not buying. I take my cars seriously. Is anyone here buying into the Mph philosophy?
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