Spotter’s Guide To The October 2017 and November 2017 Issues Of Road&Track

Let’s get meta for a moment: I’ve been so busy writing I haven’t had time to write about the things I’ve written. You will see me behind the wheel of the AMG GT C Cabriolet on the cover of October’s Road&Track. Inside, you’ll find a comprehensive European test of that car and its natural enemy, the Porsche 911 GTS PDK. You will also find what I hope is the most interesting and readable effort I’ve contributed to the magazine since the Malaysia thing four years ago: an exploration of the Nurburgring with help from Ross Bentley, RSR’s Ron Simons, and Danger Girl herself.

November’s issue features a short “Shopping With” guide regarding the C5-generation Corvette. If you’ve ever thought about adding a Z06 or Pace Car convertible to your vehicle fleet, you will want to check it out. The photography is brand-new, by the way; General Motors has a mint-condition C5Z in their Heritage Collection.

That’s all until… well, that’s all for the foreseeable future. Out with a bang! In the meantime, you can still catch me on the R&T webpage, at TTAC, and in the pages of two magazines to be revealed as soon as possible. Have a great weekend, everybody.

14 Replies to “Spotter’s Guide To The October 2017 and November 2017 Issues Of Road&Track”

  1. -nate-nate

    I seem to have missed the links to articles….

    It sounds like you’re having the time of your life Jack ~ I remember your older articles wherin you explained in detail the down side of all the traveling, screwed up taxi/uber/whatever rides, so on and so forth .

    Good to hear you and Danger Girl are doing all this .

    -Nate

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  2. CJinSD

    Does Matt Posky’s mother have a controlling interest in Vertical Scope? It’s hard to understand what he’s writing about unless it’s his obsession with Tom Brady. What is he doing on TTAC?

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  3. Charlie

    Make sure we know about where you’re writing soon enough that we can subscribe. I wanted the camaro issue of hagerty but the first one I got was the following month. Not sure where I’d even find a news stand these days.

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  4. Doug

    The October R&T is actually one of the best issues I have ever purchased. I think all of the articles were well thought out and went well beyond what is typically in the mag, maybe that is because you made two appearances.

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  5. Deadweight

    Jack has a real, raging, 24/7 boner for all-things-Chevy since he purchased his Hecho En Mexico Chevrolet Pickup from General Motors (GM: Either stands for Guangzhou Motors or Guadalajara Motors).

    Oh the irony of Jack Baruth worshipping the Trump feet, with groveling brother Mark in tow, chanting MAGA!, while buying Mexican-assembled pickups of largely Mexican-made parts! (and Mark buying Mexican & soon-to-be-Chinese assembled and parts-comprised ‘Murican Fords!!!).

    Wave that American, Gadsen & Trump/Pence MAGA Flag high, Baruth Bros! That 2,200 mile-long, 200 foot high, glorious wall will be here soon, along Sith “beautiful, the most wonderful” TrumpCare and Tax Reform, too!!!

    I have pallets of Trump Steaks (rebranded Kroger meat), Trump Vodka (re-labled Popov) and Trump Water (re-branded Ice Mountain), along with the very best wine in the world from Trump’s *World Class* New Jersey Vineyards/Wineries that Jack Baruth is going to help me sell out of the backlog his made-in-Mexico Chevy Pickup, with Trump/Pence 2016 bumper sticker!

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  6. galactagog

    picked up that R&T mag last week……great articles, great pictures, great gobs of fire!!

    best R&T mag I’ve read thru in a LONG time

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