The Drive With Alan Taylor
THE DRIVE WITH ALAN TAYLOR
Every Saturday 6 AM - 9 AM on KHTS AM 1220
THE DRIVE WITH ALAN TAYLOR puts you in the driver’s seat for a unique, fast paced look at today’s automotive industry. Your pedal-to-the-metal, three-hour thrill ride every Saturday from 6 to 9am on KHTS AM 1220, devoted to the latest car news and test-drive results; how-to tips; auto show coverage; industry expert insights and behind the scenes action; as well as exclusive interviews with executives, athletes, celebrities and prominent newsmakers from around the world.
The show broadcasts live from The Petersen Automotive museum in Los Angeles. The museum houses over 450+ historic vehicles.
Find out what it’s like to jump behind the wheel for a test drive of the Jag F-TYPE on one of Spain’s most challenging stretches of hair pin winding roads. Go with Alan to Iceland for a zip around a track in subzero weather. Sit with some of the most powerful car execs, celebrities and car guys around to find out “What Drives You?”
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THE DRIVE WITH ALAN TAYLOR is also your source for fast paced news and insights from NASCAR, IMCA and ASA Sprint Car and Truck Racing, including Super Stock, Street Stock, Super Dirt, Modified and Late Model Racing.
Get trackside insights and behind the scenes info from industry leaders, drivers, designers, crews and legendary racing figures. Listen in on chats with auto buffs and collectors like Jay Leno, Tim Allen, Mario Andretti, Ali Afshar, Micky Jones, Jesse James, Rich Evans, Billy Gibbons and thousands more.
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Award winning host, Alan Taylor, is a 30-year broadcast veteran and a true automobile aficionado. For years, Alan has been a featured automotive expert to millions on ABC’s Live with Kelly & Michael, CBS, CNN, FOX, NBC, the SPEED Channel and others.
The Drive with Alan Taylor is broadcasted live from The Peterson Auto Museum every Saturday from 6am to 9am.
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