I’m always one of the last people to get my subscription issue of Road&Track, and I’m also not important enough at the magazine to know anything about how my articles are going to look before they come out. So I had to wait until today to prepare this comprehensive Spotter’s Guide to the September issue. Which, by the way, is the one with Tony Stewart and a Corvette on the cover. You should read that article first; it’s the most interesting one in the book and it wasn’t written by me!
I’m pleased to have two articles in the July 2013 Road & Track: a look at a place where the past is fabricated anew, and a test of a car that rises, phoenix-like, from the ashes of crashed Subarus. But the best piece in the magazine probably isn’t mine.
This is the last time I’ll talk about the R&T 911/Evora test, I promise. The video has been released and I have a Spotter’s Guide To Jack Baruth for those of you who care.
I’m pleased to announce (to the three people who haven’t heard me going on about it) that I have two pieces in the April issue of Road & Track. I’m also featured in the 2013 Boxster review; look for my top-vent Impact! helmet steering the porky Porsche around a narrow-radius turn at Carolina Motorsports Park.
Check it out and let me know what you think!
Hi. I’m Jack Baruth! You may remember me from such websites as TheTruthAboutCars, SpeedSportLife, Road&Track, TheTruthAboutGuns, and all sorts of other places.
This is my blog. A reasonable question would be: if I’m already writing five thousand words a week for other people (and I am), why am I doing this?