DRIVE CENTRAL - November 26, 2012


Uploaded by drive on 26.11.2012

Transcript:
[MUSIC PLAYING]
MIKE SPINELLI: And there's nothing on the teleprompter.
We lost--
Oh, OK got it.
Ready?
Hey welcome to "Drive Central." here's where you're
going to find out what's happening on Drive this week.
Don't forget hit us up on @driveontwitter.
OK.
Ryan, first day with the new fingers.
And Facebook.com/drivetv.
This week on "RideApart" what if I told you the lead
designer for Moto Guzzi is named Miguel Galluzzi?
Yes.
Pronounce all the Z's.
Let's take a look at a clip.
[MUSIC PLAYING]
[MOTORCYCLE ENGINE]
MIKE SPINELLI: That's "RideApart" Tuesdays on Drive,
and Chris Harris is off this week sadly.
[MUSIC PLAYING]
CHRIS HARRIS: [INAUDIBLE] main engine car.
I just love these things.
It is the great unsung car of the class.

Steering fast.
Whole thing just feels like a little racing car.

Oh.
Oh yes.

[CAR ENGINE]
[TIRES SKID]
[CAR ENGINE]
[LAUGHTER]
MIKE SPINELLI: This Thursday is "Big
Muscle." Mike Musto returns.
Last week a technical glitch pushed his scary 1929 Ford
Dragster show to this week.
Our apologies.
Let's take a look at a clip.
[CAR ENGINE REVVING]
MICHAEL MUSTO: Bye-bye.
[CAR ENGINE REVVING]

MIKE SPINELLI: That's "Big Muscle"
every Thursday on Drive.
And this week on "Road Testament," Matt Farah and
Alex Roy are talking about the least expensive 12 cylinder
cars and the most expensive four cylinder cars.
Let's take a look at a clip of those two guys.
MATT FARAH: My friend's father had one of these and I
remember when he bought it, and I think it
was in '97 or '98.
He brought it home and was bragging that there were more
computers in this car then in the space shuttle, which when
the car's brand new sounds like a very good thing.
Now all of those computers are 20 years old and that prospect
sounds unbelievably scary.
MIKE SPINELLI: That's Alex Roy and Matt
Farah in "Looper Two--
Let's Talk it Out." That's Road Testament every Thursday
on Drive and don't forget to watch "ShakeDown" this week
with Leo Parente.
The best motor sports coverage and
analysis you'll find anywhere.
That's Monday and Friday "ShakeDown."
And that's it for "Drive Central" this week.
We will see you guys next week.
Don't choke on Turkey leftovers.

Yeah.
We have a thing called Thanksgiving in America.
Don't worry about it.
It's cool.
Stuffing.
Cranberry sauce.
You ever?
You know when Puritans left the oppressive British.
It's you know.
You can just google it.
It's fine.
[MUSIC PLAYING]
MIKE SPINELLI: I don't know why it's turkeys.
I mean some people say they didn't even have turkeys back
then when the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock.
I don't know.
They said-- some people say it was fish.
Fish.
A lot of people don't like fish.
A lot of people will not eat fish on Thanksgiving, even
though historians point to fish being a very important
part of the Pilgrim diet; fish and corn.
Corn fish.
Also known as maize.
Corn fish.
-Have you ever seen the book "Man Corn"?
MIKE SPINELLI: I've never seen the book "Man Corn." But it
sounds like a euphemism and I'm uncomfortable with that.
You bought man corn.
Creamed.
Too soon?
Can we wrap this up at some time?
OK.
Happy--