Today at the LA Auto Show, we have the man who has spent more than a decade spearheading the designs of Nissan, Infiniti and the budget Datsun brand in other markets. Meet Shiro Nakamura. He’s here to answer your questions!
This is Shiro Nakamura. He has what I would consider a very cool job—he’s senior vice president of design and chief creative officer at Nissan. And today at 1:30 p.m. EST/10:30 a.m. PST, he’ll be on Jalopnik to answer your questions live. Check back in then to chat with Nakamura-san. Until then, start thinking what…
Norwegian Fredric Aasbø is the reigning 2015 Formula Drift champion, in America and in the World. He’s live on the site — ask him anything!
Does anyone understand the explosion of the international drift scene better than Fredric Aasbo, the Norwegian champion of America’s top drifting series? Ask him whatever you want tomorrow at 2PM EST.
2015 Formula Drift champion Fredric Aasbo will be here next week! You can ask him anything you want, though I’ll be most curious to know what it’s like to drive his gazillion-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder, rear-drive Scion tC.
One of the most powerful storms ever is hitting populated land right now, and none of the major media networks have live coverage. Let’s assemble the best of social media from the storm, and keep it live right here.
What are you doing right now? Staring at your computer, bored at work? Nah, son. I got something better for you right now, and it’s the Goodwood Revival Meeting livestream.
Mazda’s been on something of a roll lately. They have some of the most consistently fun to drive cars in the entire industry, from the new 2016 Miata all the way up to their crossovers and sedans. You have Dave Coleman to thank for that, and now he’s here to answer all your questions for the next hour.
You may not know who Dave Coleman is, but you’ve seen his work. He’s a vehicle development engineer for Mazda North America, and one of the top guys in charge of making sure all their cars are fun to drive. Before that he was the technical editor of the dearly departed Sport Compact Car. And he’ll be here at 2 p.m.…
When you hear the name “Skip Barber,” you think of a legend. You think of a racing school. You think of a man who went to Harvard and then won three SCCA national championships in a row. But now, you can get to know him even better, as he’s here now to answer all of your burning questions.
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.
This weekend is the Monaco Grand Prix, the crown jewel of the F1 calendar. The race will be live on NBC on Sunday morning at 7:30 EST. Leigh Diffey is the veteran commentator that will be calling the race, and he’s here now to answer your questions.
GM has been making a big push to make their cars more internet ready with the addition of LTE, more connected, and more user friendly. John McFarland is the man behind this strategy, and he’s here for the next hour to talk about it.
If you've watched Formula One on American television at anytime in the last 20 years, then you've heard the voice of cantankerous Brit David Hobbs. But he's more than just a TV commentator, he was an F1 driver in his own right. And now he's here to answer any questions you may have on F1 in 2015 and racing in general.
WXYZ Detroit has a helicopter circling highway I-94 near Dearborn, Michigan right now and it's streaming live video of the most hellacious conflagration I've ever seen. A tanker truck reportedly hit a car and exploded at around 11:00AM EST, taking several smaller vehicles with it.
Yesterday, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen stopped by for a fantastic live Q&A session. The problem is, he got far more questions than he had time to answer in just an hour. So he's answered some more, and just told us that Cadillac will debut an entirely new family of V6 engines next month. Whoa.
The leadership at most automakers tend to be quiet, shrinking violets. Only occasionally do you get one that makes their multitude of opinions public information. Thankfully, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen is not the quiet type. At all. And he's here for the next hour to answer your questions. This will be fun.