New Media for a New Type of Motorsport Enthusiast
Shift & Steer
Shift & Steer is a weekly podcast and Internet video show that focuses on the Racing, Rides, People & Places of the motorsport enthusiast lifestyle. Hosted by automotive industry verterans Brad Fanshaw (bonspeed Wheels), Matt D'Andria (Motorator.com), and Aaron Hagar (Rat Runners Garage and son of Sammy Hagar from Van Halen). Join us as we chat with like-minded enthusiasts and share stories from the best automotive events, auctions, races and more.
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Episode #144 (7/18/18) Autonomous Mustang, German Classics and Melting Roads
Brad Fanshaw and Aaron Hagar are talking this week about an Autonomous 1965 Mustang hitting the wall, German classics appreciating more than the stock vehicle market and Australian roads melting in the heat!
Episode #143 (7/10/18) Toyota Supra at NASCAR & Worst Car Resale Values
The gang is all here for this week's episode of Shift and Steer! The guys talk about the Toyota Supra going to NASCAR, Worst Car Resale Values, and Why Your Next Car will Cost Way More!
Episode #142 (7/04/18) Aaron's New Show & BOLT Locks
Brad and Matt have the newest YouTube TV star AKA co-host Aaron Hagar on to talk about his new show "Design, Cut, Built". Then the Sales Director from BOLT lock company tells us about the best lock for your trailers.
Episode #141 (6/27/18) Monterey Ferrari Could Top Previous Sales & Ralph Sheheen Speed Sport News
Matt the Motorator and Brad Fanshaw are in the studio for this week's episode of Shift and Steer. The guys talk about the Monterey Ferrari possibly topping all previous sales, and then Ralph Sheheen from Speed Sport News joins the gang to wrap up the show.
Episode #140 (6/19/18) Driving the 640hp Cadillac CTS-V and Race with GT Technik
Brad Fanshaw and Matt "The Motorator" D'Andria are in-studio with Aaron Hagar calling in for this week's episode of Shift & Steer. The guys chat about driving the 640hp Cadillac CTS-V and we discuss how to go racing with special guest Fabryce Kutyba from GT Technik.