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Automoblog.net was started in May 2006 as a way for me (Chris) to talk about my love for fast cars. Since then, we’ve taken on a great team of car enthusiasts (see below) and have grown to be known as one of the best online resources for unbiased reviews, news, pictures, videos, and opinions on cars, new and old. We personally cover as many events as possible and drive as many cars as we can.

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Who Are We?

Chris Burdick

Chris Burdick

Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Hi! I founded Automoblog.net in May of 2006. I'm an avid sports car and supercar enthusiast. My favorite cars include the Audi R8, Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 VT, and Koenigsegg CCX. I think the Ferrari 360 Spider is still one of the most beautiful cars in existence. For “normal” cars, I tend to lean towards imports - Nissan, Audi, and of course the Italians. I'm in love with my Pearl Yellow (don't judge) 1990 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo and plan to get around 550 HP to the rear wheels one day. I'm also a world traveler and have been backpacking Europe since March 2012, writing about cars along the way
Chris Burdick

@Automoblog

The car blog where auto enthusiasts mouth off to one another
How to Turn Your @Jeep into a Real Off-Road Monster - http://t.co/yjsKOsSHzJ - 4 hours ago
Chris Burdick

Carl Anthony

Carl Anthony

Detroit Editor
It started with lining toy cars up on his bed followed by auto themed articles for his high school paper. From there, it was Sioux Falls Ford as a Master Certified Sales Consultant, then sister dealership Luxury Auto Mall of Sioux Falls (Cadillac, Mercedes, BMW, Sprinter) recruited him. Carl would later assume a critical management role for the organization and mentor numerous employees. At the same time, his voice was heard across South Dakota on radio station KELO-FM and his writings were featured monthly in 605 Magazine, The Motor Market and The Sioux Falls Business Journal. Carl now lives in Detroit and contracts with Jackson Dawson Communications, primarily as a vehicle trainer and Right Seat Host. He regularly consults with other figures in the auto industry, sharing insights, lessons and stories. Carl is President of Detroit Working Writers and enjoys a multitude of health and fitness activities. He drives a 2015 Ford Fusion Titanium.
Carl Anthony

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Denis Flierl

Denis Flierl

Car Reviews Editor
Denis Flierl has over twenty five years combined auto industry and automotive journalism experience that he brings to Automoblog readers. Over the thirteen years that he owned an automotive business, he worked directly with every major car brand in the auto industry and became familiar with all makes and models of cars. His passion for cars led him to spend the last twelve years in automotive journalism where he brings all that experience to his readers as he writes about the auto industry and the latest test cars he drives.
Denis Flierl

@CarReviewGuy

National writer for Torque News giving you the latest Subaru new car reviews and news. Test driving with altitude.
The new 2015 Subaru Outback has just passed 90,000 sales in Australia. Why is the Outback enjoying so much... http://t.co/mjz8juI3zL - 3 days ago
Denis Flierl
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Rahul Raman
My love for cars began when I was three years old. Whenever I got some money from my grandparents for my birthday, my first stop would be at a toy store where I would spend hours browsing through all the model cars and after two or three hours, I would go home with at least three of four cars. Since then, my world has basically revolved around cars and it is safe to say that I eat, breath and think of cars all the time. So, after graduating college, I wanted to become an automotive journalist and now, I am living that life and would like to take you guys along with me as I dive deeper into the automobile industry! So, join me and thanks for allowing me to live my dream.
Rahul Raman

@rahulzr1

Founder & CEO of CARS 360 Mke. I like writing about cars and all my articles are posted on http://t.co/2DutfF0zUb.
Longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott dies at 49 http://t.co/tZIYDVnh0o We will miss you Stuart, R.I.P. - 5 months ago
Rahul Raman

Jordan Wheeler
Jordan Wheeler has worked directly in the auto industry for over 2 years but has been an avid gear head since first learning about cars. In barely over a decade, Jordan has been through more than 30 cars and several motorcycles. His usual buy is less than $1,000 and has included an '84 Corolla, numerous RWD Nissans, a '63 Willys Jeep, and '93 Toyota 4Runner. His current projects are a '66 Ford Galaxie Convertible, an '81 Toyota Starlet (with some Miata parts thrown in there), and a couple of motorcycles (Triumph ST and GSXR600). Jordan has a grassroots approach the industry and that shows in his writing. He apologizes in advance for any butchery of the English language.
Jordan Wheeler

@jorgenwheeler

Well, where to begin. Entrepreneur, Business Owner, Nerd, Gear Head, Handsome, Lover of carbs, and destroyer of Minions! I also work for the Government...
@TimLanning That shit gets you every time. - 2 days ago

Aaron Bayne
Hello everyone, My name is Aaron. I was born in '89, and have been in the world of motoring ever since. Since I was very young, I have been building cars in various ways. The ones I was most proud of building were a 595hp '02 Ford Mustang GT, a 510hp '98 Subaru Impreza Outback, and a 490hp '93 Honda Civic Coupe with a K-series swap. I am currently building a '94 Honda Accord which should finish at about 350hp. I have driven in amateur and semiprofessional racing events across the world, but my previous career didn't allow me to go any further; so I started writing about and building cars. My passions are now complete. I am married, and have 2 sons, plus 1 daughter on the way! I am excited to be able to share my interests with other like-minded people. Give me as much feedback and discussion as you'd like. I'd love to converse with each and every one of you. If you like my writing, check out my business listed below!
Aaron Bayne

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Matt Winte
Matt always had an interest in cars but it was during high school while flipping channels after a date when he stumbled upon an episode of “Victory by Design” and he discovered his love of the history of cars, particularly old race cars. Shortly after it was a full blown obsession with cars. Right now his daily is a 2012 Ford Focus, but he’s trying to convince his wife that importing a Peugeot 205 GTi is a good idea. So far he’s failing - miserably.

Mark Frost
Mark Frost is a writer, social media marketer, and web designer currently based in rural New Hampshire. A former web editor and social media representative for Village Voice Media, Mark understands what it takes to produce great content for the web. He currently works as editor and manger of HackCollege, a popular lifehacking blog for college students, and contributes to a number of automotive, technology, and personal finance sites.
Mark Frost

@markfrost

Director of Content @Wikimotive and Editor-in-Chief @HackCollege. Always seeking to learn and improve. #SEO #ContentMarketing #AutoMarketing
Hole in one! http://t.co/tHdJzOdVut - 3 weeks ago
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