With our What Drives YOUth? initiative, we spot light young people that have a passion for cars. Whether it is through photography, auto restoration, art, vehicle design or they just love to Get Out N Drive, we love to hear about the next generation of gear heads.
Be sure to listen to the podcasts episodes titled What Drives YOUth to learn more about the young people we've already met!
Do you know a young person that loves cars and is involved in the hobby/industry? We want to know about them! Use the Contact Us form to let us know all about them. We're always looking to help the next generation down the road to success.
That's right, 15 year old Ellie is restoring a 1965 Falcon with her Dad to use as her daily driver when she turns 16. I know what you're thinking, Ellie's Dad must be an experienced car guy and he's completing the restoration for her. Take a listen to her interview and you'll find that's not the case at all! This is the ultimate father/daughter project that is bringing an old car back to life and making so many memories along the way.
You won't believe all the places 11 year old Elias has squeezed his way into to capture some of the coolest automotive images on Instagram. Elias has been more places and met more influential people in the industry this year than you can imagine. This kid with a camera has the inside track and he's taking us along for the ride through his view finder.
The guys talk to Brad Ulmer. Brad is an alumni of the McPherson College Auto Restoration program and works alongside John and Shawn at Frisco Hill Auto.
The guys talk with Brad about the Auto Restoration program at McPherson College, what vehicles he would like to build, what vehicles he would like to be involved in, general auto restoration banter and how you would order food in the drive thru in a vintage NASCAR inspired build.
Driven To Build A Duster: Cale Majchrowski (Cam Racing) and his Dad are building this Duster with dreams of being Long Haulers on the Hot Rod Power Tour.
Driven To Restoration. Preservation.Mentorship - RPM Foundation With Nick Ellis
The 2021 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty Drivers Club is in the books! We saw record crowds at our hosted city stops, we saw a rookie team take the top daily score, and today, Sunday, June 27th HISTORY was made! For the first time ever, an all-female team WON the Great Race! Olivia Gentry and her sister Genna put together an incredible nine-day effort to take home the victory and $50,000! Olivia drove her heart out, while Genna managed the calculations to keep them on target. Congrats!