Racers in Rental Cars
A leisure podcast from Cameron Ferré and Don O’Neal
Racers in Rental Cars is hosted by Cameron Ferré and Don O’Neal. While traveling the country racing cars and working in the auto industry, Cameron and Don, like most of their colleagues, spend way too much time in rental cars, in transit, navigating through the daily minutia of traveling this great country on their way to the racetrack.
We all want to be “pro racers” on the weekend but what about the Monday through Thursday grind that allows us the luxury to live the dream on the weekends?
Those are the stories we want to tell. We also want to spend a significant amount of time talking about the best ways to “upgrade” those rubber mat models the rental agencies give us. We all know you paid the $10 a day for the extra insurance and are foot braking the hell out of those things every weekend and know precisely how many donuts you can do in the parking lot of the Best Western in Indy.
Yeah, we’re talking to you. And we want to do it every week. Come listen here.
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