October 31, 2015 Show


Listen to this week’s show:

Volkswagen scandalgreen flagsLead Lap

Volkswagen continues to dominate automotive discussions across the nation and today is no different. There continues to be struggles at the Volkswagen Auto Group, we’ll discuss some of the newest developments with the diesel fraud scandal.

tom 1Spence’s News and Views

Car sales hit 94 billion, gas prices are down, and we’ll talk about how many miles Americans drive annually

2.2 liter indycar engine

2.2 liter indycar engine

Jim Naylor’s World of Motorsports

Will the 2.2 liter Indycar engine save the mess that Formula 1 is in?

1960 olds 981960-Dodge-Dart-SenecaClash of the Classics

Today the 1960 Oldsmobile 98 battles the 1960 Dodge Dart

Performance Hour 2


Ken Hale of Wilwood Brakes

Wilwood_Disc_Brake_LogoKen Hale of Wilwood Brake Systems joins us in-studio to discuss some of the newest Wilwood developments. Wilwood Engineering designs and manufactures high-performance disc brake systems. Wilwood’s engineering department uses the latest computer-aided design and manufacturing techniques in conjunction with finite element analysis, dynamic test and cycle test equipment, to find high-performance and reliability solutions for the most difficult braking tasks.

studio 9Spence’s News and Views

Classic car ads from the 1980’s and classic car prices are skyrocketing

richard childress racingJim Naylor’s World of Motorsports

With 5 races left in 2015 Richard Childress Racing is trending in the right direction. We’ll talk NASCAR. Will Jeff Gordon retire after 2015

Checkered Flag

We’ll look at the damaging effects of electrolysis in todays modern engines. What is it? How to control it…

Horsepower for an Hour is a nationally syndicated automotive talk radio show heard all across America and in more than 172 Countries world wide

Horsepower for an Hour is a nationally syndicated automotive talk radio show heard all across America and in more than 172 Countries world wide

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