On this week’s instalment MOTOR Associate Editor Scott Newman is joined by Wheels Deputy Editor Andy Enright and Staff Journalist Cameron Kirby top discuss some hot topics from the automotive week.
To begin with, there’s the dramatic increase in Victoria’s road toll (1:06), which suggests the road safety messages are falling on deaf ears. Talk then turns to racing cars and how they differ behind the wheel from their road-going counterparts (13:55) – is there any such thing as a road-going race car?
Labor has a plan to revive Australian manufacturing, but it seems to have gotten its sums mixed up (23:05) and Cam and Andy reveal their worst car-buying decisions (29:40), including when Andy bought an absolute dog at auction.
If you’re on the go you can find WhichCar Weekly on all manner of podcast apps including iTunes and Podbean, please rate, subscribe and leave a review! You can also follow the day-to-day happenings of the WhichCar team on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @whichcarau.
Listened to the show? Help us out:
How are you finding our new site design? Tell us in the comments below or send us your thoughts at email@example.com.
WhichCar Weekly podcast Bathurst special now live
Scott drives the other Scott’s car, Chris unearths an appreciating bargain and the end of a Bathurst era
WhichCar Weekly podcast episode 72 now live
Making a mesh of car names and the antidote to mundane motors
WhichCar Weekly podcast episode 71 now live
Bold BMWs, bargain boy racers, and breaching the law by accident