Thu, 2 November 2017
Jay Lamm is an automotive author and journalist. At age 16 Jay sold his first article--a road test of Elvis's Maserati Ghibli-- to AutoWeek magazine. He hasn't worked an honest day since, authoring 10 automotive books and countless articles for titles such as Car & Driver, Automobile, and Spy, and serving as editor-in-chief of five national magazines, including Sports Car International and Vintage Motorsport. Jay has also started three enthusiast-related companies. His current bad idea is Lemons, whose events include rallies, car shows, and an endurance-race series for cars that cost $500 or less. Jay holds nine FIA world speed records, the Guinness World Record for “Most Participants in a Car Race,” and a fair bit of disdain for car nuts who take themselves too seriously.