Three decades as an automotive journalist, author, broadcaster and photographer, and automotive consultant has introduced me to the greatest car enthusiasts on earth which now includes you. It’s been my passion to make automotive journalism, road testing, history, motorsport, racing, photography, restoring cars and concours judging my personal and professional life. My goal is to share this site with you. There’s no Facebook, Twitter, or Liking required, and you can’t spend any money here.

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-Matt Stone

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Now in Print: Porsche Special Editions

Special Wish Department One-offs,  Factory Anniversary Editions models,  Top end tuners and specialty manufacturer models,  Concept cars and design studies from independent design houses and coachbuilders.  Street cars turned race cars, and vice versa.  All of the specialist of the specialist Porsches described here; some you’ve known about but have never seen, others I’ll promise you’ve neve encountered in any way.  Pages and pages of archival photos from the Porsche factory archive, plus a lot of new art.  Foreword by Magnum Walker.  More than 200 pages, and probably twice that many photos.  Available from Autobooks Bookstore in Burbank, CA, publisher direct at, and also the eponymous  – Thanks for listening – MS

Watch the Video – an Evening with Mario Andretti

A few months ago, it was my particular privilege to host a fireside chat and interview with the incomparable Mario Andretti at the World of Speed Motorsports Museum in Wilsonville, Oregon.  This is a marvelous automotive museum proximus to Portland, and if you’ve not yet been, then you must visit.  It’s an engaging property, well assembled and displayed, its current exhibit “Mario Andretti: Racing Royalty” displaying 11 of Mario’s significant racing cars.  The museum organized an evening attended by 350 or so people, featuring and dedicated to The Man, as its annual fundraiser, and I’m flattered that they asked me to join Mario on stage for an evening of talking about his life, family, and remarkable career (and some wicked fun storytelling).  Also please visit

Here’s the link:


And here’s my post with photos from the same event: