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Cars Yeah Is A Must For Automotive Fans

Mark Greene and Cars YeahEvery once in awhile one comes across a source in the automotive genre which simply blows your mind. For us this is Cars Yeah from Mark Greene. Mark has created one of the most unprecedented and unusual resources for those interested in getting the inside scoop, learning history, or just knowing the full story on a number of interesting antidotes in automotive lore. Mark lets you in on the conversation with automotive designers, racers, drivers, business owners, authors, artists and those who are the rockstars of the automotive world. Five days a week his Cars Yeah podcasts offer turbo charged inspiration for car enthusiasts; he interviews the most awesome car people on the planet.

Some of Mark’s over 300 interviews:

  • Denise McLuggage – (a must listen to)
  • Ed Gilbertson – Chief Judge Emeritus for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance but so much more
  • Peter Brock
  • Magnus Walker
  • Vic Alford
  • Bruce Meyer
  • Derek Hill
  • Spike Feresten
  • Sandra Button and many more.

Mark puts us in the passenger seat to listen to people tell their story in their words. It doesn’t matter if you are a racing fan, a muscle car guy, a concours aficionado, a mechanic, vintage car lover, or worship at the church of Porsche or Ferrari, Mark interviews the people you want to hear from. Each 30-40 plus minute podcast is oozing with fascinating insight, inspiration and provides all the nuts and bolts for a successful automotive based story.

On the Cars Yeah website you can survey the different interviews, find links for books and automotive sources, listen, read some of Mark’s interesting blog posts or enjoy his stunning photographs. We study the Cars Yeah website, pull up the podcasts we are interested in on our iPhone, save and listen to them on road trips (or I listen while mowing the lawn).

Head on over to Cars Yeah, buckle up and let Mark take you on a inspiring automotive journey.


Editor’s note: Yes, I’m honored to been one of the 300 interviews but I’m not in the must listen to category.

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