Another week in the fast-paced and ever-changing automotive world has flashed by, but the WhichCar Weekly team has the high points covered.
This week, Scotty is off tearing up the outback in a Raptor, and has left Dan to hold the fort. Joining Dan, Wheels journalist and motorsport anorak Cameron Kirby makes his WCW debut alongside regular Andy Enright.
In this episode Cam gives us his review of the Bathurst 12 Hour and explains why it is gaining increasing attention from both motorsport diehards and new fans to the sport. Later in the show he reveals what it’s like to pilot a TCR racer ahead of the new touring car series kicking off this year. He still hasn’t stopped talking even though we switched off the mics and turned out the lights.
Andy returns from New Zealand and regales us with tales from the Leadfoot festival, where for one weekend each year, Rod Millen’s driveway becomes ground zero for petrolheads. Could the Kiwi event put Goodwood on notice? He also explains why the local police want to ask him some questions about an AirBnB.
And the boys say happy 50th birthday to Honda Australia and discuss their favourite models from the Japanese maker from the past five decades.
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