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A.J. Baime is a New York Times Bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, a public speaker, and occasional on-screen personality. His books include The Arsenal of democracy: FDR, Detroit, and an Epic Quest to Arm an America at War, and Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans. Both books are critically acclaimed and in development for major motion pictures. A.J. writes for a multitude of magazines including Road & Track and he is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal. He has appeared on numerous TV stations and shows including Jay Leno’s Garage and as a host and race car driver in online documentary pieces.

SHOW SPONSORS  

Covercraft   •   MetronGarage   •   Christopher Kimball Financial Services   

SUCCESS QUOTES 

“I believe that if a man wanted to walk on water and was prepared to give up everything else in life, he could do it. He could walk on water. I’m serious.” – Sir Stirling Moss

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

While writing books you’re mostly all alone and you ignore those people around you, at your peril. 

FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE

A 1977 Toyota Carolla

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Just drive.

RESOURCES

The Drive

Road & Track

My Ride Wall Street Journal

Car and Driver

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

Go Like Hell by A.J. Baime*

The Arsenal of Democracy by A.J. Baime*

The Accidental President by A.J. Baime* due out in October 2017

Cars at Speed and The Cruel Sport Robert Daley

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Keep truck’in on your dreams… never give up.

WHERE TO FIND A.J.

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My Ride Wall Street Journal 

 

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