Kevin Lawrence is a Formula Drift competitor piloting the Enjuku Racing Nissan S14.3. Kevin joins us to discuss his rookie year as a full Pro driver, some of the more nuanced technical aspects of his car, and his aspirations for 2019.Read More
We do our best to be festive by buying each other automotive related Christmas gifts. Also we revisit a list of cars that were SUPPOSED to be released in 2018 to find that a majority of them aren't available.Read More
The 2018 PRI experience was completely different than last year's! The guys had a killer meet and greet with our fans (with great food this time), there was some slight debauchery exploring Indianapolis nightlife, and Adam chooses an outfit for the fancy dinner party at SCCA National Convention.
Oh yeah, and we went to the tradeshow thing...Read More
We tackle another Craigslist challenge this week by searching for the best first car for a teenager under $5,000. We also find that the definition of the word "best" is subjective.Read More
Our sole field reporter, Duston Nixon, joins us again this week! Duston describes successfully competing as a father/son team against well-funded, shop-built cars in the Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge.Read More
It's that unfortunate time of year where race season has come to a close and we must evaluate all the crap we've broken over the last several months. The guys make a list of what they plan to fix over the next few cold monthsRead More
We take a rare form this week by looking at practical buying options and surprising values in the new car market place. #realjournalism
We also take a look at the most Googled car manufacturers by countryRead More
James Chartres of Kanga Motorsports joins us to shares his first SCCA Runoffs experience.Read More
Michael recaps a successful but destructive day of drifting at O Drift Collective's last event of the season. The group dives even further into "Spec Lutz" by introducing a preliminary rule setRead More
Remember how rad Pimp My Ride was in the early 2000s? Remember how terrible the builds ACTUALLY were? Well we decide to ruin each others' cars in a similar vein in this week's show!
This episode is proof positive that we actually DID announce at GRIDLIFE (admittedly Jabaay helped a lot), and that we got to meet some rad Time Attack drivers including Cody Loveland and Sally McNulty.Read More
As much as it pains us to admit, the Midwest racing season is drawing to a close. We go out with bang by attending #GRIDLIFE Round 5: Michael and Adam announce Time Attack while Robbie takes to the track with the 240.
Michael and Robbie recount their last minute entry to the 2018 Mid Coast Road Rally. Adam provides sensible advice to avoid writing off your $40,000 sportscar during track days.Read More
Rocky Butler is the announcer for AMA Supermoto and rides in several disciplines of motorcycle racing. He joins us this week to help Robbie determine how much motorcycle he can buy from the proceeds of selling the 240 and to defend his namesake.Read More
In a turn of events that seems almost TOO professional for Ten Tenths Podcast, Duston Nixon represents the show as official media at Formula Drift Texas. He reports back to the guys on what turned out to be a rather controversial weekend of drifting.
In addition, and despite their better judgement, the guys take another stab at an "Ask Us Anything", and are actually quite pleased with the questions!Read More
A plethora of topics bestow this week's show: project updates, Robbie's renewed obsession with motorcycles, French food, and can being on the Joe Rogan Experience ruin your career??Read More
This week the guys expand on the idea from the Mansory episode (episode #10) by exploring the "lifestyle" products available from any and all automotive manufacturers.Read More
This week the guys argue about the differences between SUVs, hatchbacks, wagons, and shooting breaks; they provide several updates on their project cars; and they discussed the most Germanic way to attempt to alter the weather.Read More
This week the guys put a "Price Is Right" spin on the Craigslist Challenge: each host must choose a series of cars from Craigslist or Ebay, and the other two must get closest to guessing the advertised price without going over. They quickly confirm that Craigslist pricing isn't directly correlated with market values nor basic reasoning.Read More
Back together after a week hiatus, the guys discuss their experiences from the past weekend. Michael has an opportunity to shoot amongst the pros at Formula Drift St. Louis and Robert has a go at his first Time Trials event with the SCCA.Read More