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Burt “BS” Levy is an award-winning motorsports journalist, an infamous author, a lifelong sports car nut, and notorious racecars ride mooch. He is the author of the celebrated cult classic 1950s sports car novels The Last Open Road, its sequels Montezuma’s Ferrari, The Fabulous Trashwagon, Toly’s Ghost, The 200 MPH Steamroller, and his utterly hilarious short story collection, A Potside Companion. He’s piloted all kinds of vintage racecars by mooching rides at tracks across the country from Laguna Seca to Watkins Glen. A true automotive entrepreneur, Burt is sure to fill our ears with his humor and iconic “BS” so hide your cars keys and listen up to this interview, part one of two spectacular journeys with a very unique character.
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” Whatever you want to do in this life, you’d better DO it. Because you’re a long time dead.” – Burt’s Dad
“There’s only one thing you need to know in this life, and that’s what you need to do next.” – Burt’s Dad
After three major failures in different automotive careers, listen to find out what Burt did and how all his past challenges helped him discover what his real success would be.
When the owner of a Ferrari asked Burt to drive his race car and write about the experience Burt’s aha moment helped him realize he had discovered his true talent and passion which led to a success as an automotive writer and vintage race car driver.
FIRST SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE
BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE
Make sure your sparks are in order before you start screwing around with carburetion. – Butch Bohunk
Motorsport Marketing Resources – www.motorsportsmarketingresources.com
Jay Leno’s Garage – www.nbc.com/jay-lenos-garage
Vintage Racing League – www.thevrl.com
Inside Shelby American – John Morton
Whatever you want to do in this life, you’d better DO it. Because you’re a long time dead.
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