The links on this page are sites I utilize on a regular basis, and feel are worth sharing with you. So give ’em a try and tell ’em you found ’em on here!
Volkswagen-Audi tuning shop who knows their stuff located in the wilds of Alabama.
One of the best sources for both knowledge and supplies related to automotive, and if you can believe it RV and boat detailing as well.
An auction house specializing in quality shows and cars
The single best/worst thing to find in your inbox every morning is an email from BaT that provides you with a veritable plethora of cars you hadn’t thought about buying, but now plan to buy.
Adam Corolla discusses cars, life, and just how many tool belts can be worn bandolier style while riding a Honda motorcycle down the streets of Los Angeles. Bravo.
An online/retail provider of auto body parts supplier with a location among others in you guessed it, Charm City. That’s Baltimore for you non Maryland folk.
Great website and periodical for those of you who live and breathe classic motorcars.
When I had my Cadillac I discovered just how difficult it can be to find an older tire with whitewalls or other design specifications. Good news, these folks can sort you out when it comes to period tires for classic cars.
A great Audi-VW parts-tuning outfit in North Carolina. They also ship parts so no need to drive there if you live in say California. They also do a video podcast providing some good information.
A nice shop in Ohio that specializes in German brand vehicles.
It’s like he explains engineering, good like. I would have thought the title was obvious.
If you want to hear a fun spirited debate about which car is right for whatever reason or budget, then this my friend is your podcast. These guys are truly passionate about cars.
They go fast, and pit fast. Iconic circuits, and cool cars. Part of the triple crown of motorsports; Monaco GP
An all electric race series set up in urban street circuits in some of the coolest cites on this rock. 2016-2017 represents their 3rd season, and by season 5 or 6 they will be able to finish a race with one car. It’s the first “next” step in motor racing, and it’s all about providing fans with a lot of access!
One of my “go-to” sources for auto detailing supplies and knowledge.
If you have to ask, then I’d tell you it’s both interesting and expensive to peruse some of the offerings on this website like the Griswald’s family truckster. But oh so worth it.
It’s like IHOP, but replace the part about pancakes and a house with a sanctioning body for sports car racing.
Formula One’s American Cousin, more known for oval racing this series visits some great road and street circuits throughout the season. Part of the triple crown of motorsports; Indianapolis 500.
I start my morning reading the paper, and this site for automotive nuggets.
Just in case you’re a geek like me who likes to know things like present value.
These folks put on great auctions, and I have a blast checking out the variety that comes across the floor.
NAPA know-how, it’s a thing. It’s real. Funny story, a neighbor of mine growing up ran the local NAPA store in our county.
Great organization to get involved with if you like cars, racing, and cars.
A great podcast for anyone who’s a fan of the VW brand. He’s dishing out tech tips, and dropping technical knowledge…BOOM.
Matt Farah is a “call it like he’s sees it or drives it” kinda guy, and anyone who can control a 700 HP Fiero on a track deserves your attention if not your car for a One-Take.
Like the name says.
They sell ceramics, lumber, and vintage Yanni albums.
Check before you buy yourself some four wheeled heartache. I so wanted to write “Check yourself before you wreck yourself”, but I just wasn’t feeling it.
All things Audi-VW. It’s like a multi-vitamin, it’s got everything.
World Endurance Championship series, 4 classes of cars competing on the same track in an endurance race. What’s not to love? Part of the triple crown of motorsports; 24 Hours of Le Mans.