Frank Mandarano, founder of the Concorso Italiano and event organizer for the Car Guy Tour Italia, returns for part two to discuss his love of Italian cars, the role he has played in celebrating their originality, and the ways in which you can have first-hand interaction with those automobiles.
35 - Jack Roush Jr. and Roush Performance
Robert Ross is joined (virtually) by Jack Roush Jr. of Roush Performance to discuss his racing career, the Roush Performance lineup, and Jack's thoughts on the balance between luxury and performance on Cars That Matter.
33 - Jim Warlick and Bonhams' "The American Presidential Experience" Auction
Jim Warlick, owner of "The American Presidential Experience," which is going to be auctioned off through Bonhams, shares about the collection, the importance of those cars, their impact on history, and how the auction will benefit the Worker's Legacy Foundation which was founded by Jim.
31 - Curtis Saunders and his 1914 Model T
Robert Ross is joined (online) by Curtis Saunders about his 1914 Model T. The two discuss the impact of the car in automotive history, what Curtis had to do to restore it, and what future automotive developments might be as important as the Model T--all while sharing some fascinating personal stories along the way.
29 - Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury Pt. 1
Jay Beever, Vice President Embraer Design Operations, joins Robert Ross (online) to discuss the what luxury truly means, how 'crossover design' in commerce can result in a better product, and what the future of luxury might be in this first part of a two part episode.
Wayne Carini, host of 'Chasing Classic Cars' on television and owner of F40 Motorsports joins Robert Ross (online) to discuss Wayne's talent for locating and restoring classic cars as well as his thoughts on the changing car collector industry.
25 - Jack Chisenhall and Vintage Air
From Vintage Air: Jack Chisenhall, President and Founder, and recipient of the Petersen Lifetime Achievement Award, shares his experiences retrofitting older, classic cars with new systems, his time driving on the Bonneville Salt Flats, and what will be the future for 'historic cars'.
23 - Patrick G. Kelley and "IMAGINE! Automobile Concept Art from the 1930s to the 1980s"
Robert Ross is joined (online) by Patrick G. Kelley, author of "IMAGINE! Automobile Concept Art from the 1930s to the 1980s." to discuss the history and evolution of car design.
21 - Freeman Thomas: Part 1
Having worked with Porsche, Volkswagen, DaimlerChrysler, Ford and more, car designer, Freeman Thomas, shares his incredible insights into the current automotive design landscape and what the future of car design might hold.
Form Follows Fantastic! Robert Ross and Eddie Sotto jump right back into their discussion in part 2 by delving into Eddie's Rolls Royce car design meant to accompany the Skyacht, the design & development of the Regatta, Eddie's time with Ed Roth and so much more!
[Recorded March 12, 2019 prior to the Safer-At-Home Ordinance.] Robert Ross is joined by Ryan ZumMallen, author of 'Slow Car Fast.' Robert and Ryan talk about the current generation of car enthusiasts and the future of automobile collecting.
Season One Highlights: Part 2
Robert Ross shares the rest of his personal favorite highlights from Season One of Cars That Matter! Featuring William Harlan, Bruce Meyer, Brett Anderson, Elana Scherr, Dennis Glavis, Roger Griffiths, and Bill Curtis
13 - Roger Griffiths
Roger Griffiths, BMW i Andretti Motorsport Team Principle, joins for the Season One finale to discuss car racing and the future of car technology.
Great cars and extraordinary wine: combing two loves; Recorded at the Napa Valley Winery, William Harlan, Bruce Meyer and Brett Anderson talk about their history of car collecting, the cars they've loved and the history of Harlan Estate.
What makes cars worth collecting and how do car auctions really work? Guest David Gooding, President of Gooding & Company, joins Robert Ross and Bill Curtis for this first episode to discuss what really makes a car matter.
Robert is joined (virtually) by Frank Mandarano, founder of the Maserati Club International, for part one of a two-part conversation to discuss his love for the car marque, how MIE Corp was created, and the future designs and collectability of the make.
34 - Pete Evanow and "Nissan Z: 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance"
Robert Ross is joined by Pete Evanow, author of the book "Nissan Z: 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance" to discuss Z history, the impact the six generations of the Z-Car had on the automotive industry, and what the future might look like in the collectible market.
32 - Jay Gillotti and "Gulf 917"
Robert Ross is joined by Jay Gillotti, author of "Gulf 917." The two men cover in great detail not only the Gulf program, as operated by Porsche, but consider the impact the car had on history, car enthusiasts, and how to approach writing a book about cars in the first place.
30 - Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury Pt. 2
Jay Beever, Vice President Embraer Design Operations, continues his conversation with Robert Ross (online) to finish their discussion about designing luxury and how Jay's past of designing with Ford Motor Company led to his specialty in designing private jets.
28 - David Salvaggio and SpeedKore
David Salvaggio, Co-Founder, Vice President, and Lead Builder of SpeedKore Performance Group, joins Robert Ross (online) to discuss the special cars David has worked on, the place of carbon fiber in the restoration and automotive design industry, and what David sees on the horizon for car enthusiasts.
26 - Christophe Georges and Bentley Americas
Christophe Georges, President and CEO of Bentley Americas joins Robert Ross (online) to discuss the history of the iconic Bentley brand, exciting recent developments, and automobile luxury.
24 - Andrew Romanowski and Lamborghini Club America
Calling all Lamborghini lovers! Andrew Romanowski, President of Lamborghini Club America, shares his passion, history and future of this iconic brand and what made it the marque it is today!
22 - Freeman Thomas: Part 2
From Lamborghini to Porsche to Bentley and more: Car design - where has it been and where is it going? Robert Ross and Freeman Thomas, continue their conversation about the history, and more importantly, the future, of automotive design.
20 - Paul Spires and Aston Martin Works
Paul Spires, President of Aston Martin Works, talks everything Aston Martin from James Bond to the DB6 Vantage and the history and future of this iconic brand.
18 - Terry Karges and The Petersen Automotive Museum
Terry Karges, Executive Director of the Petersen Automotive Museum, shares the museum's history, re-design, and future, how the public can access the museum's offerings during quarantine, and more.
Eddie Sotto of Sotto Studios, an experiential designer with an expertise in automobiles and luxury, shares his experiences and ideas of care design, immersive experiences and what prompted his early fascination with cars.
Robert Ross is joined (online) by Brandon Starks, Executive Director of the Brumos Collection in Jacksonville, FL. Robert and Brandon talk about the unique history behind the cars of the collection, talk about the collection's unique approach to sharing its story with visitors, and what cars they want in their own personal collections.
What really makes a car matter? - A conversation not to be missed! Robert Ross sits down for a one-on-one conversation with Bill Curtis, creator of Cars That Matter, to discuss their shared history and differing opinions on cars and all the things that make them matter.
10 - Dennis Glavis & Morgan Motor Cars
From the iconic Morgan Motor Company, Robert Ross is joined by Morgan West owner, Dennis Glavis - Morgan aficionado, and racing and car collecting devotee - to discuss the history and future of the iconic Morgan automobile.
Elana Scherr, automotive journalist and car enthusiast - having written for HOT ROD, Roadkill, Automotive Magazine, and Car & Driver, talks with Robert about her passion for motorcycles, their similar automotive journalism history, how she developed her passion for cars and the future of car collectibles.
Following the release of Ford V. Ferrari, Robert Ross shares previously unheard conversations he had with Carroll Shelby over the years, introducing you to the man behind the legend and reviewing his place in history.
What will the cars of the future look like? How does function create an obstacle for design in the future of luxury cars? Ian Cameron and Verena Kloos continue their conversation in part 2 of their episode.