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Cars that Matter is all about cars that have captured people’s hearts. They are the special cars, and they come from every decade since the dawn of the Automotive Age. They might be from the Brass Era or today’s Battery Era. They have names like 911 or SL, Corvette or Countach, or simply M. All have fueled passion in the people who created them, owned them, raced them, or sometimes—with remorse—parted with them. From CurtCo Media. ​ On Cars That Matter, we talk with designers, engineers, rac ...
 
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Today, Cars That Matter has the great fortune of welcoming on the legendary John Kraman to the show. John is the host of the Mecum Broadcast where he gets to fully represent all the car fans of the world on Motortrend TV. Robert and Mecum start by chatting (3:50) about how televised car auctions impact the market today. (6:00) Robert reminisces abo…
 
Cars That Matter is back with a special episode. On this week’s show, Robert chats with long time competition judge and owner of Bobileff Motorcar company Gary Bobileff. Gary specializes in Italian car restoration and is one of the leaders in the country for his custom work. Gary and Robert start off (1:50) chatting about their recent trip judging …
 
Greg Westwater of the NAFEMS Simulation Governance & Management Working Group talks to Dr. William L. Oberkampf, a leading voice in the field of V&V and UQ (Uncertainty Quantification), about the differences between code verification and solution verification. This is the 2nd part of the V&V discussion series, produced by the SGMWG. You can watch t…
 
Finn is the Founder & CEO of Sanity Groupm a startup that focuses on building Cannabis products for health- and lifestyle purposes. In this episode, we dive into Finn's story and why he thinks Cannabis will be one of the next big things in Germany once it's legalised. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on App…
 
Felix is the Founder & CEO of GoStudent, a startup that's worth over 1,7 billion $ with over 1,000 employees. In this episode, we dive into Felix's story and how he was able to build one of the most successful ed-tech startups on this planet. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It tak…
 
Mark Palmer, of MedtronicPLC, discusses the role of simulation and analysis in the medical device industry, how the aerospace industry helps in setting standards, and how a 1970's TV show inspired his career path. Mark also talks about this keynote at the NAFEMS World Congress 2021, and what organisations like NAFEMS and ASME mean to industry in ge…
 
We spoke with Gernot Boiger, professor of Modeling Multiphysics Applications and head of Multiphysics Modeling and Imaging at Zurich University of Applied Sciences -ZHAW about his upcoming keynote at the NAFEMS World Congress 2021. Gernot gave us an insight into his work and the role that he sees Multiphysics playing in the evolution of engineering…
 
Daniel Dippold is an entrepreneur from Germany. He has founded multiple tech ventures and has been named a top talent under 25. With EWOR he has built a global platform making the process of founding and leading a venture easier and more accessible. In addition to that he also is a frequent advisor to governments and large corporations. In our conv…
 
Ivan Krajinović, Simulations Manager at Rimac Automobili, talks to David Quinn at NAFEMS about his experience, working with one of the world’s most exciting automotive brands, how he got started in numerical simulation, and his keynote presentation at the NAFEMS World Congress 2021. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nafems/message…
 
Mark Norris, of the SDM Consultancy, talks to David Quinn about the lessons we can learn from the past 20 years of SPDM in production, and where we are going forward. He also discusses his keynote presentation at the NAFEMS World Congress 2021, and how to get started with SDM if you haven't already. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/na…
 
Vojtech Holub and Sebastian Asprella are the Co-founders and CO-CEOs of Think Orbital. The company aspires to provide scalable infrastructure to help people flying to low Earth orbit. Their mission is to develop the technologies for assembly of large pressure vessels in space and apply these technologies to build large and scalable space stations w…
 
After Robert introducing the panel of guests, Robert asks Derek to describe what it was really like to drive in Le Mans in the 1970s (3:20). Then Marshall explains how the film came to be (6:15) and Jay dives into the intertwined histories of the movies and the 917 (7:17). Then Robert puts the conversation into high gear by asking what making the m…
 
After Robert justifies an entire episode about motorcycles, he introduces Bobby Haas and Stacey Mayfield and asks them to detail their museum (1:59), its stunning collection (6:57), and how they go about commissioning custom bikes (13:14). Following a short break, Robert redirects the conversation into "Leaving Tracks," Haas and Mayfield's new docu…
 
The first part of a new series produced by the NAFEMS Simulation Governance & Management Working Group, looking at various aspects of governance in simulation. This episode features Greg Westwater of the SGMWG in conversation with Dr. William L. Oberkampf, a leading voice in the field of V&V and UQ (Uncertainty Quantification). You can also watch t…
 
After a brief introduction, Robert asks Alex to detail the recent founding of Automobili Estrema (1:46) and how he got involved with Fulminea and what the vehicle is designed to be (3:22). Then Robert and Alex share their thoughts on the rapid embracing of electric vehicles (13:53). After a short break, Alex details when the car will come to market…
 
After introducing Marlon, Robert asks about the origins and goals of the company (1:26) before diving into some specific models Robert had seen in Marlon's workshop (6:41). Then, the two men dig into the details of the engines and how Marlon approaches his work on those parts of the automobiles (13:22). After a short break, Robert asks Marlon to ex…
 
In honor of Memorial Day, Robert Ross re-examines the origins of Jeep--a vehicle that ultimately turned the tides of WW2 for America. By delving back into interviews with author Paul Bruno and Director Head of Design for Jeep, along with a new interview with Randall Withrow of the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum (which houses an impressive collection…
 
After introductions, Robert asks Mark to delve into the origins of Jeep as a brand and how it was 'sold' to Americans following WWII (1:07). Then Mark drills down into how Jeep upholds the 'authentic' reputation it's had since its creation (3:35), how new designs must pay tribute to its past (6:52), and how the brand new 2021 Wagoneer continues tha…
 
Tom Kelly and Richard Joyce are two of the four Co-Founders of EVONA. The company specializes in international space industry recruiting. This means to help space companies around the world to find talented team members and job-seekers to land the space industry jobs of their dreams. In our conversation we talk about how they have built the company…
 
After introducing Tim, Robert asks Tim to explain what make M1 Concourse so special and the events that will be held there (21:20), including by focusing on the Woodward Dream Cruise and Show (4:41). Then detours to discuss their own personal relationship as it has related to cars over the years (6:36), before asking Tim to consider the difference …
 
Jim Marietta and Ted Sutton, members of the Original Venice Crew, join to discuss their time working with Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles, Peter Brock, and Phil Remington, and the purpose of their new company and the cars they seek to create and preserve. Robert picks up where they left off and Jim explains the origins of The Original Venice Crew and how…
 
Jim Marietta and Ted Sutton, members of the Original Venice Crew, discuss their time working with Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles, Peter Brock, and Phil Remington, and the purpose of their new company and the cars they seek to create and preserve. Robert introduces Jim and Ted (0:39) and Jim explains 'who' the Original Venice Crew is and what they do (1:…
 
This week, we revisit a "Classic" Episode of Cars That Matter: Conversations with Carroll Shelby. In anticipation of next week's guests, who knew and worked with Shelby, Robert shares previously unheard conversations recorded eight years apart, introducing you to the man behind the legend and reviewing his place in history. Episode Notes: 0:05 - Pr…
 
After some introductory banter, Robert dives into what Hagerty Insurance does (2:22). Then, McKeel shares a story of how he realized he should take his company to the next level by introducing initiatives for the next generation of car collectors (5:01). Then McKeel shares the different ways that children can interact with cars--ways no generation …
 
After introductions, Robert and Dustin begin by discussing the road trip he recently completed in the 2021 VW ID.4 (0:57), what the ID.4 means to Volkswagen (4:10), and the benefits that come from owning an electric vehicle and what makes the ID.4 different (7:07). Then Robert asks Dustin to explain VW's longterm objectives for EV models (11:41) an…
 
Eddie jumps straight back into the conversation by asking about Robert's fascination with watches and analog vs. digital (0:35) before digging into what makes a car 'matter' to Robert (3:04). Then Robert shares his regrets over the current 'grill wars' on the road and the loss of honest design in automobiles (5:30). Then Eddie asks Robert where he …
 
After introducing Robert, Eddie asks Robert to detail where his passions originated in his childhood (2:43). Then Eddie and Robert consider the value and purpose of collections and how one approaches them (4:23) before finding out where his early interest in cars came from (7:46) and touching on Robert's art degree and how it ties into his overall …
 
Following introductions, Robert asks Bert to reveal some details of how his book, Carchitecture: Houses with Horsepower, came together (1:30). Then, Robert dives into some chapters, photographs, and cars that caught his attention, including 'Classical Gas' (4:03) and a rare BMW 502 called the 'Baroque Angel' (5:43). Bert and Robert muse on how the …
 
After introducing Charlie Randall, Robert asks how Charlie got started at McIntosh Labs and how the company has changed over his time there (1:44). Then, Charlie shares McIntosh's partnership with Jeep on the upcoming release of their re-launched Wagoneer (5:05). Robert and Charlie discuss the pros and cons of working with car audio (8:52) and some…
 
Robert Ross is joined (virtually) by Sam Fiorani to discuss the disruption of electric vehicles, the global market shift into trucks and SUVs, and the future of the car collector industry at large. After introductions, Robert asks Sam to share how he ended up at AutoForecast Solutions (1:08) and exactly what they do (2:30). Then Robert shifts gears…
 
Michael Perschke is the Ex CEO of Audi India and the luxury supercar company Automobili Pininfarina. Currently he serves as a Board Member of multiple startups and as an Investor for EV car companies. In our conversation we dive into his personal story and what made him even get into the automotive industry. We also touch base on his current activi…
 
Robert Ross is joined again (virtually) by Rich Truesdell and Mark Fletcher to finish their conversation about the history, design, and impact of the American Muscle Car on automotive history. Robert gets things going right away by asking Rich and Mark what muscle cars they'd each put in their imaginary garages--which yields some surprising answers…
 
David Aaker is a recognized authority on branding. He has developed several recognizable concepts and has received numerous awards for his contributions to the science of marketing. He is a professor, serves as Vice Chairman at Prophet, a global growth consultancy and has written and published 18 books as well as hundreds of articles around this to…
 
After introductions, Rich explains the origins of their book "1970 Maximum Muscle" (2:20) and Mark explains the criteria for determining what Muscle Cars made it into their book (5:07). Mark and Rich explain that muscle cars were designed to appeal to the youth of the era, which was challenging considering the tumultuousness of '69-70 (11:17). Then…
 
Doug Winter is the Founder and CEO of Seismic, the industry-leading sales enablement and marketing orchestration solution currently doing $200M in revenue with about 1000 employees and offices all around the world. In our conversation we talk about his story including the failure of the first start-up he was involved in and some other challenges he…
 
After an introduction, Robert asks Greg to share what The Collector Car Podcast is about and its unique approach and connection to the auction marketplace (1:18). Then, the two men turn their attention towards some recent auction surprises, including the recent Bonhams auction in Scottsdale, AZ (8:00), Greg explains his involvement in the auction p…
 
Michael Altendorf is the founder and CEO of Adtelligence and an angel investor in a lot of different start-ups. Adtelligence is a leading German software and technology company that uses its digital sales platform to enable customers to personalize their entire digital sales performance fully automatically with the help of Big Data Analytics, Machi…
 
Robert jumps right back in by asking how many and what variety of cars and collections Scott has photographed, including some favorites (0:41), before turning his attention to an interesting project Scott did involving American muscle cars (5:11), and the importance of good design and provenance (7:21). After a short break, Scott shares some of the…
 
Robert begins by introducing and describing his long-time friendship with Scott Williamson (1:11). Scott then shares how a trip to Antarctica as a young man ultimately introduced him to the world of photography (3:38), how he moved to commercial photography (5:56), and how his unique history with and approach to cars uniquely qualified him for auto…
 
Sam Katiela is the CEO of Mamemo Consulting which is a future-focused group of companies that provide public and private sector clients with ideas, communication strategies, services and products. In addition to that he is the Managing & Creative Director from mamemo, an interactive media and marketing company delivering a full creative service. In…
 
Robert begins by sharing the story of how he and Matthew met at the Inaugural Chantilly Concours and shared a deeper appreciation for art and luxury (1:05). Then Matthew shares his unconventional path to a men's style expert through photography (4:15), the founding of the William Brown Project (5:50), and the origins of his latest book, "A Man & Hi…
 
Robin Eric Haak is a multi-founder and investor in Germany and the US. He is the co-founder of Wo|men Inc., a global network that connects leaders, executives, professionals, entrepreneurial women across Europe and the Axel Springer Plug&Play Accelerator. He just joined Gaia Capital Partners as a Partner. In our conversation we talk about his story…
 
After introducing Jakob, Robert shifts the conversation to discuss how Bonhams will be handling online auctions and how that's changed things for bidders (2:03) before examining some special cars going on sale (3:58), such as a Curtis (4:47) , a '58 Porsche Speedster (6:19), a '56 Continental Mark II (10:09), and a '56 Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Roadster…
 
Jessica Holzbach is a female entrepreneur from Berlin, Germany mentioned by Forbes 30 under 30 and Capital 40 under 40. She is the Co-Founder and CCO at Penta, a digital platform for business banking especially for start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises. In our conversation we talk about her story, how they started Penta over 4 years ago and…
 
Patrick Studener is the former Head of Expansion of Uber working there early on in 2013 as one of the first 100 employees. From that he moved on to Wolt, a technology company focused on food delivery, as a COO and now he is the Vice President and Head of EMEA for Bird, an e-scooter start-up. In our conversation we talk about his career, the process…
 
After an introduction, Robert dives in to uncover the impetus for the book (2:02) before jumping into the advice that truly set Don on his path to become an automotive icon and his early life in the San Fernando Valley (3:44). Then Don shares the origins of his nickname "The Snake" and his rival and friend's, Tom McEwen, "The Mongoose" (6:30). Then…
 
After a brief introduction, Robert and Jon begin by discussing "Best in Class," a documentary about the first-ever Audrain Concours D'Elegance (1:15). Then Jon continues to share his unique approaches and insights in his films "The Golden Hour" (10:55), "Unrivaled" (15:28), and "100,000 Cameras." (17:09) After a short break, Robert asks Jon to shar…
 
Preserving a piece of history: 'Most vehicles that sit outside unattended for four decades aren’t destined to ever move again. But this 1966 Volkswagen Type 2 Deluxe Station Wagon isn’t just any Bus – it’s a piece of civil-rights history, and a memory of a family that spent decades working to make the country a better place.' Travel through the his…
 
After introducing Donald, Robert discusses Donald's fairly recent appointment as CEO of the Audrain and the efforts Donald is undertaking to increase the outreach of the museum (2:30), before turning to the origins of the building housing the collection (4:43) and some of the ways the museum is 'digitizing' to connect with car lovers with a brief d…
 
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