Master motorcyclist and documentary maker Peter Starr joins Adam in studio to talk racing four versus two wheels. First, they discuss Peter's early life in Coventry in the 1940's during WWII. Born in the home of Triumph, Peter began working for the company by the age of 18 and ignited his passion for the motorcycle. Adam and Peter start chatting about Peter's racing history which led him to Daytona, Florida in 1965. Unfortunately he didn't end up racing, but Peter would then be hired to host a top 40 radio show in Jacksonville. They continue to talk about Peter's long history with motorcycle's and how that led him to documentary filmmaking.
Adam is joined today by Dr. Dean Sicking, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Vice President of Product Development at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Adam chats with him about his long career in safety inventions and innovations including the implementation of the SAFER barrier in NASCAR. They then discuss Dr. Sicking's investigation into the Dale Earnhardt Sr. crash and what safeguards were avoided by the driver that lead to his death. Dr. Dean then talks advancements in helmet technology that could prevent further head trauma in the NFL. Adam then asks about what we can do about our roads, bridges and infrastructure in this country and specifically this city which steers them toward a discussion about how much better our lives are going to be with the invention of autonomous vehicles.