F1 Race in Austin and VR6 Cabriolet Update ~ Audio Podcast Episode 13

On this show we run into an interesting situation. The topic we are talking about is not really relevant anymore. Well I say that, but I think we can learn a few things from it. We will go into a little about my time with F1 in Texas. This was my first and only to this point F1 race. F1 racing is an interesting one. I am sure there are plenty of things that have changed in the three years since I went. But what an amazing weekend of racing, friends, and Halloween in Austin.

The second part of the show we talk about the VR6 swap Cabriolet. If you are new to the show, you may not know about it. The last project car I built was a 1988 Cabriolet. She got a full VR6 swap in it. This was a super fun build. I am now seeing a lot of the same things on the GTI that I saw on the Cabby. I guess all project cars have these issues 🙂

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  • My trip to Austin with Shell
  • The great folks in my media group
  • A weekend with Ferrari
  • Dubs for A Cause
  • VR6 Cabby electrical issues (big surprise)
  • How we are going to fix said electrical issues
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