Today’s guest is Lou Lusardi who is the Press Officer for the Sunbeam Tiger Owners Club. Lou is also heavily involved in the world of cycling and is the founder of the “Dragon Ride” one of the biggest cycling events in the British Isles. Lou takes us through the history of the Tiger, the club and many interesting anecdotes. A very entertaining interview.
More information on the Sunbeam Tiger can be found here on Wikipedia
My latest guest is Austen Metcalf ,Master Fabricator and owner of Ozcraft Formula 1 Engineering and Fabrication. Austen spent 30 years at McLaren covering a number of roles in both fabrication and support of the various racing efforts. Since starting Ozcraft Austen has both restored and built a number of premier, show and race winning vehicles. These include a GT40 replica true to the original blue prints and full restorations of ex – Jim Clark & John Surtees historic F1 cars.
Austen has also developed a number of precision engineered product lines for both two and four wheels amongst his diverse portfolio which is too large to list here. You can find out a lot more about Ozcraft here on the website
We talk F1 and the various drivers Austen has worked with, along with his own racing exploits along with the growth of Ozcraft as a business to name but a few highlights!
My latest guest is Chris Parnham, the co-author of “DeLorean – Celebrating the Impossible” an excellent book which is available from Amazon or the better option of a signed copy from The DeLorean Owners Club UK here
Chris is currently the historian of the DeLorean Owners Club UK after performing Secretary duties for a number of years.
Chris has owned 17 DeLorean’s many of which are very rare, and has also managed to buy his original back!
Listen to the informative and entertaining interview with Chris below:
Listen to the entertaining interview with Mick Dolphin who has been a purveyor of NOS Triumph spares since 1989 and is very well known in Triumph circles worldwide. Mick entertains us with tales of his Triumph car & NOS parts hunting experiences. Plus the interesting tale of “The Last Sptifire”