• Aug 18, 2009

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Episode #141 of the Autoblog Podcast marks the first time we're joined by a guest outside the Autoblog Inner Circle, and we're hoping that it's the start of a trend. This week, our interview couch is occupied by drift, rally and stunt legend (and all-around good guy) Tanner Foust, the only back-to-back Formula D champion ever. Since Tanner's a racer, we kick off the show talking about the heartbreaking Ferrari crash at Monterey before touching on the Dodge Viper powered Devon GTX and its screaming lap at Laguna Seca.

Actual news starts with talk of the Hyundai Equus coming to the United States, moves on to the Volkswagen Phaeton's supposed return to the North American market, and then to the Spyker C8 Aileron Spyder. Acura's ZDX tickles (or not) our design eyes, and then we wrap up with some of your questions. Thanks for the new reviews at the Autoblog Podcast iTunes page, as well as taking the time to fill out our survey. The feedback to our Podcast at Autoblog Dot Com address has been great, too, so keep it coming... see you next week!





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      • 5 Years Ago
      Tanner's dreamy.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I agree, SPEED's only real non-race show worth watching. He actually drives the cars, unlike most other US car programs.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Adam Carolla Car Cast is WAY better

      http://www.adamcarolla.com/CarCastBlog/
        • 5 Years Ago
        I think we need to get Carolla on the podcast, too. For the record, we tried to treat Tanner as regularly as possible, even though he is clearly cooler than we are. We also wanted to stick with the format of the show as much as possible, with auto news coming before drooling over a track and TV star. Let us know if you want us to continue in this vein, or if we should just stick to the drooling.
      • 5 Years Ago
      Welcome Tanner.
      I love Supercars Exposed.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Agreed. It is a great show. Probably Speed's best non-racing show.