C.J. Wilson is known to some people as a guy who throws a small round ball very fast, which is strange, because to us he’s the guy who owns a hyperblurple McLaren P1, runs car dealerships, and has a racing team. And now he’s here to answer your questions.
Kenstall Lewis Blockerheimer doesn't do a media tour the way most people do. He dropped Gymkhana 7 earlier this week, millions of you watched it, and now he's here to answer your questions about the deep thoughts that exist behind those impenetrably dark shades and that impossibly flat-billed hat.
Global Rallycross is the motorsport of the moment. Rally cars drifting and jumping all in a stadium? Sign us up! And since they're holding their first New York event this weekend, Andretti Autosport drivers Tanner Foust and Scott Speed will be here for an hour to answer all your questions. Let's go!
Marco Andretti is a third generation driver with the most famous name in motorsports. He's only 27, but he's been racing for ages. And now he's here to answer all of your most important questions before the Indy 500 on Sunday.
Last week I may have not-quite-so-accidentally called drag racer Ashley Force Hood a "crazy cat person." The truth of the matter is, she is so much more than that. She's a drag racer, scion of a competitive dynasty, and yes, a feline enthusiast. And now she's here to answer your questions.
C.J. Wilson is the starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels. But who cares about that? He owns C.J. Wilson Racing in the Continental Tire Series, has a McLaren 12C, and is waiting for his P1. And now he's here to answer any of your dying questions.
Jerry Seinfeld is a stand up comedian. He's a television star. He's a Porsche nut. His web series Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has the most literal title ever and is also amazing. And now he's here for the next hour to answer your questions.