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In this week's episode of Autoline After Hours, John McElroy, Peter "The Autoextremist" DeLorenzo, and David Welch of BusinessWeek are joined by the dean of automotive journalism, David E. Davis, Jr., for an unusually candid discussion about the issues and events affecting today's auto industry.

In this week's episode of Autoline After Hours, John McElroy, newly minted Christian publishing mogul Jason Vines and Peter "The Autoextremist" DeLorenzo gather for another unusually frank discussion about the motoring industry's ups and downs.

John McElroy and the good people at Autoline Detroit have decided to make their weekly Autoline After Hours internet show a weekly series. Last week we hosted their first episode on Autoblog, and this week it returns with John McElroy as host, regular guests Jason Vines and Peter De Lorenzo, and us.

Peter M. DeLorenzo, the President and CEO of the Hydrogen Electric Racing Federation, has announced new details for teams that would like to get started with their preparations for the upcoming first race in in May 2009 with the "Hydrogen 500". We brought you the original story a while back. The specifications are designed to make the cost to enter the competition manageable, promote ingenuity and creativity, according to DeLorenzo.

The Hydrogen Electric Racing Federation was formed on Wednesday to promote a new racing series. In this series of racing, the vehicles will be powered by electricity derived from hydrogen.

Peter DeLorenzo is a 22-year veteran of the Detroit ad game and once a week he chimes in to give his take on whatever topic graces the lips of the players in Motor City.