Go Ahead, Ask New York Times Automobiles Editor Jim Cobb Anything

So Jim Cobb's the editor of the Automobiles section at the Ol' Grey Lady. If you didn't realize the section existed, that's OK, many people confuse it with the classified section. Yeah, you know, it's that section of the Sunday New York Times with a couple of reviews, a couple of feature-y stories and an absolute crapload of ads for car dealerships and luxe brands like Lexus, Mercedes, Lexus, BMW, Lexus, Cadillac and umm, Lexus. But if you've ever wanted to know more about big Jim and his adorable little section, he's answering Times reader questions this week.

So feel free to drop him any questions to askthetimes@nytimes.com. I'm sure he'd love to have a whole slew of Jalopnik readers asking questions like "What's your favorite Toyota Hybrid?" or "Why run a drag race between a Toyota Highlander Hybrid and a Toyota Highlander and allow the writer to declare the Hybrid 'kept up' but give no 1/4 mile times for either like Sunday's review?" You know, all the important stuff. [NYT]