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Paul Laguette is the current Art Director for Vintage Motorsport Magazine. However his background covers more than 20 years of working experience in the automotive, motorcycle and motorsport industries as a graphic designer/ Fine Artist Illustrator. Paul’s graphic designs, print ads, logos and illustrative works have graced the pages of major magazines as well as books and racing programs across the globe.
His next project is with KurumaNFT and it is a series of twelve covers illustrated by Paul for Racer Magazine. Each of the 12 covers consists of four different variations of of artwork and they will be available as NFT’s.
The automotive metaverse has arrived with KurumaNFT, this is an NFT platform that allows customers to purchase, promote and commerce NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) in a devoted on-line setting referred to as the “Autoverse”. Our latest guests Taro Koki / Sam Mitani are part of the leadership team at KurumaNFT. Something we are excited to see is that KurumaNFT has already started partnering with companies both large and small, and is teaming up with a collection of artists across the digital landscape ahead of a series of future NFT Projects that will be launched at KurumaNFT.
Russ Monte does a little bit of everything and he does it very well. Originally Russ began working on cars at home before getting a start at Summit Rod and Custom which then led to him transitioning to his own shop North Jersey customs. However during that time Russ kept himself busy working on cars for Hilton Hot Rods. Eventually Russ started doing some work for Rob Ida and he now is part of the team at Ida Automotive. However Russ is not only a talented car builder and painted he is a gifted musician and is part of the Grease Guns.
Ravi Dolwani is a 4th generation member of the CSF Radiators company and is the CEO of the CSF High Performance Division. Dolwani created the division of CSF in 2010 with the intent of expanding the business to markets besides OEM manufacturers. Over the years Dolwani has both grown the CSF brand and proved that through rigorous design and testing it is possible to create superior products for a variety of vehicles.
The term “Donk” refers to 1971-76 Chevrolet Caprice or Chevrolet Impala cars. When it comes to “Donk Racing” these are show-quality classic cars with big wheels that compete on the drag strip. Born in Savannah, GA and bred in Hardeeville and Orangeburg South Carolina, Sage Thomas is better known by his nickname “Donkmaster” given to him by a nine year old fan. Thomas spent most of his days as a youth shadowing his Uncle Buggy who instilled in him a love for racing competition and an understanding of hard work. This led Thomas to build his first “Donk” at the age of 16 and led to the creation of In and Out Customs.
Through a DVD he was introduced to the big wheel racing culture in Florida. This led Thomas to create the National Donk Racing Association (NDRA) Thomas created an organization that was a scalable championship series for the world he loves. The NDRA is the world’s first sanctioning body for big wheel racing with a standard structured rule set and a point system for Big Wheel Racing, just like other racing organizations.
For Sean Smith he gets to live this dream job every day. Sean specializes in the bespoke automotive industry and founded Sean Smith Designs over 20 years ago. He has designed cars for celebrities like Kevin Hart and Robert Downey Jr. and several brands. Sean comes from a family of creatives and began exploring art at an early age, however it was at continuation school in his sophomore year when his teacher sent some of his Nike sneaker drawings to Nike. What followed was a note back from Nike to keep in touch and a suggestion for Sean to visit Art Center College of Design. Upon visiting Art Center Sean found out about the Automotive Design Program and the rest is history, working with companies like Saleen Automotive, Rockstar Games, Ringbrothers and Salvaggio Design.
The Corolla has cemented a reputation for reliability and value and the 2022 Toyota Corolla is an affordable and attractive compact car that’s loaded with standard active safety features and it is now in its third year of a new generation. The 2022 Toyota Corolla SE Nightshade Edition is based on the regular SE with the exception of some subtle styling changes that include various gloss black accents, most notably with the black wheels, front grille surround, mirrors, door handles, rocker panels, trunk spoiler, and badges on the car.
This Toyota Corolla Nightshade Edition uses a 169-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder that sends power to the front wheels through a CVT automatic, fuel economy measures 32/41 mpg city/highway. The Toyota is smooth around town and steady on the highway, however hard acceleration produces a high pitched engine sound that is not ideal. Two things we do like are the larger 18-inch wheels and the sport-tuned suspension that makes it more fun to drive than the regular setup and isolates all but the worst bumps.
Inside, the hatchback has a streamlined dashboard and soft-touch materials, every model has passive entry and push-button start. The Corolla SE sedan still comes standard with plenty of features that includes a leather-trimmed steering wheel, front sport seats, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Toyota Corolla hatchback has 18 cubic feet of cargo space behind its back seat, but we only fit two carry-on bags back there. However, the new no-cost Enhanced Cargo Space option expands that area by 6 cubic feet (23 total) by replacing the spare tire with a tire-repair kit. There is also a convenient tray at the front of their center console and a useful bin below the armrest.
The Toyota Corolla received a five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA. These ratings include five stars in the front and side crash tests, and four stars in the rollover test. It also earned a 2021 Top Safety Pick award from the IIHS, boasting Good ratings in all crash tests. Standard safety features include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with steering assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high beams.
Amir Bentatou’s story begins with a father that had a passion for German cars and a mother with history in off-road racing. It comes as no surprise that Amir has grown into the man he is today, the founder of RS Future. RS Future is a motorsport focused shop based in Southern California who specialize in car development and driver coaching. Bentatou brings over 15 years of experience in the Southern California motorsport community, and offers a unique and complete array of services including aerodynamic packages, performance parts installs, complete vehicle builds, track-side support and more.
Our guest is veteran motor sports reporter Jamie Little. Little joined FOX NASCAR in 2015 to cover pit road for the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series. Little was named in November 2020 as the play-by-play voice of the ARCA Menards Series, making her the first woman in history to call TV play-by-play for a national racing series. In October 2021, she was named to the prestigious Cynopsis 2021 Top Women in Media list in the Game-Changing On-Air Talent category.
Little also serves as a reporter for NASCAR RACEDAY, FOX Sports’ pre race show for the Cup Series. Her additional FOX NASCAR assignments over the years also have included select races and special events, including her pit reporting debut for the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona, hosting duties for FOX Sports’ coverage of Supercross and periodic guest hosting roles on FS1’s NASCAR RACE HUB.
Prior to joining FOX, Little spent 13 years at ESPN/ABC as a reporter for NASCAR (2007-’14), the IndyCar Series (2004-’14), Winter X Games and Summer X Games telecasts. Her television career began in 2002 as a reporter for ESPN immediately following graduation from college. She also has worked for SPEED, NBC and TNN.
She covered a variety of motor sports events for FOX Sports’ SPEED in 2002 and 2003, including the network’s live coverage of Daytona Supercross, which marked her live national broadcasting debut. She was the first female pit reporter for the television broadcast of the prestigious Indianapolis 500 (2004), and in 2015, became the first female pit reporter to cover both the DAYTONA 500 and the INDIANAPOLIS 500 for network TV’s live, flag-to-flag race coverage. In April 2016, she hosted FOX’s coverage of Supercross’ maiden appearance at Gillette Stadium.
In addition, Little was the first female to cover a televised Supercross and motocross event, and was one of the first female reporters in X Games history. In June 2018 at Michigan International Speedway, she made her play-by-play debut during a couple of NASCAR XFINITY SERIES practice sessions on FS1. In August 2015 Little made her MOTOGP television-hosting debut, leading live FS1 coverage of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix. Furthermore, she has covered 11 Indianapolis 500s and eight Brickyard 400s and has hosted a variety of non-racing sporting events ranging from Paintball Championships to the Great Outdoor Games, in addition to live announcing roles in motocross and Monster Energy AMA Supercross. Little credits her lifelong passion for the sport and affinity for dirt bikes as the springboard for her entry into television. While still in college, she reported on various motor sports for ESPN2 and served as a live announcer in Supercross.
The Indianapolis resident is well-rounded outside the four corners of a race track, as well. In January 2020, she debuted as a reporter for A&E Network’s new show, “America’s Top Dog.” In 2013, she released her first book, titled “Essential Car Care for Women,” and has worked the red carpet for the ESPYs, in addition to hosting numerous NASCAR events away from the track. Furthermore, the popular racing video game “MX World Tour Featuring Jamie Little” bears her name and likeness. She also held a cameo role in the 2005 feature film, “Fantastic Four,” and “Supercross the Movie” starring Channing Tatum. On the entrepreneurial side, Little and her husband own two Jimmy John’s franchises in Las Vegas and two Nothing Bundt Cakes stores in Carmel, Ind.
Little is extremely active in animal rescue work across the nation. Prior to moving to Indianapolis in late 2017, Little spent much of her free time volunteering at The Animal Foundation, Nevada’s largest animal rescue shelter, and served as its spokesperson. Her first solo charity project was a 2016 calendar titled “Las Vegas to the Rescue,” featuring Las Vegas celebrities, such as Wayne Newton, Carrot Top, UFC standout Miesha Tate and NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan, posing with homeless pets from the shelter to promote adoption.
She was named a 2021 Comcast Community Champion of the Year finalist, designating Animal Help Alliance in Las Vegas as the beneficiary of the $35,000 award. In 2016, she became one of nine women in her hometown of Las Vegas to be recognized for her charitable work with the annual Vegas Gives award and designated Speedway Children’s Charities as the beneficiary of her year-long fundraising. Little also served on the Board of Trustees for the Las Vegas chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities for three years.
Lara, better known as @ThatPorscheGirl, is a fit model, however she started her automotive career as a Hollywood precision driver. But we have to turn the clock back to when Lara was twelve and she knew she wanted to drive a Porsche. That was the day she saw a friend of her mother’s, drive up in her own Porsche. Up to that point in her life, all the adult women she knew drove station wagons. This symbol of women empowerment was burned into Lara’s memory and has guided her throughout life.
Part of the mission of @ThatPorscheGirl consists of updating the image of women in the world of sports cars. She doesn’t reveal any personal information in public, not even her last name. Shortly after launching her @ThatPorscheGirl Instagram site, there were some unpleasant experiences with bothersome fans so she scrubbed all the particulars from the web.
NoBraking is an international collective of creative individuals, who came together to celebrate their shared love for machines. Established in 2011, NoBraking was created to provide an online magazine for automotive enthusiasts.