The Both Hand Drive Podcast is Ian Wright, an Englishman in America, talking about cars with Matt Eugenio, Mark Susee, and guests.
Just Buy A Used GT-R
With Matt away, Ian is joined by Jared Rosenholtz from Carbuzz.com to talk about the cars they've been driving for review, the new Toyotsa Supra, cars in general, and then complain about internet commentors. They do the last one a lot.
Program in Some Turbo Lag
This week Matt and Ian get together and talk about overrated things in car culture, the Hyundai Veloster N, the Jeep truck known as the Gladiator, the Ford Bronco and autocrossing a Chevy Bolt.
I Want a Truck With a View
This week Matt, Ian, and Jordan are joined by automotive and music photographer Jim Donnelly. Strap in, or prepare to use the pause button when you get to work, because this is a long one.
Trade Only On Rolex
What Matt, Jordan and Ian learned involves BWW and Bobsleds, modified cars over long distances, and a burnt Ferrari. We talk about an 18 year old YouTuber that killed himself and someone else in a McLaren 620 S while driving up a road in the wrong direction.
The auction game involves a BMW 2002 and a 1990 Miata, and we get the results from last weeks Range Rover. In news, BMW is still sandbagging on their horsepower and torque numbers and a Ferrari sold for a ridiculous amount of money. Finally, Jordan finds our new favorite Craigslist advert.
DRM 4 1T
This week Matt and Ian talk about vanity plates, the Chevy Equinox, the origins of Europe's Mustang, the Ford Capri, and take a stab at guessing how much a fresh S2000 and not so fresh Range Rover will sell on Bring a Trailer.
Range Rover: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1995-land-rover-range-rover-classic-32/
Toyota Needs V-Tec
A late night conversation with Matt and Ian brings up the best of American cars, the Toyota 86, Chevy's new Blazer, BMW's 8 Series.
If you want to play along with our segment guessing auction prices on Bringatrailer.com we're trying to predivt the final seeling price of this Mercedes Benz 300TD
I really enjoy listening to the conversations during work. Really helps get me through the workday.
On its way to greatness
Both Hand Drive is very interesting as it gives a look into cars and car culture from people who are actually a part of it instead of someone paid to say certain things.
Informative and Entertaining
Both Hand Drive offers great insight into the world of cars with perspectives from a wider variety of countries than most automotive podcasts. The show is entertaining, informative, and a pleasure to listen to.