AmeriCarna Premieres January 28th

Don't miss the all new series AmeriCarna! Where race car legend Ray Evernham takes you around America and shows off all kinds of car culture. Premier's Monday, January 28th at 8/7c. Only on Velocity!

AmeriCarna Premieres January 28th

AmeriCarna Premieres January 28th
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Don't miss the all new series AmeriCarna! Where race car legend Ray Evernham takes you around America and shows off all kinds of car culture. Premier's Monday, January 28th at 8/7c. Only on Velocity!

How To Lubricate the Ardun

How To Lubricate the Ardun
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Ray visits an old friend at Valvoline who mixes specialty racing oils, and she explains they can test for the optimum for every engine.

The Ardun Flathead

The Ardun Flathead
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Ray delves into the history of how the revered Ardun flathead got its start, and explains how they work.

Fiberglass Cars of the 1950s

Fiberglass Cars of the 1950s
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Ray visits the Fiberglass Farm to get the history on the post-war movement to build incredible, one-of-a-kind customs from fiberglass. He has questions about one classic, the 1952 Maverick Sportster.

1953 Glaspar G2

1953 Glaspar G2
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Hidden away at the Smithsonian, is a 1953 Glaspar G2, the first production fiberglass vehicle. Ray gets the story behind the designer and how it was made. It’s said this car would go on to inspire the Corvette.

The Secret Schultz

The Secret Schultz
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Hidden away in a garage is the “Schultz Special,” a car hand-crafted by master machinist Ray Schultz. The car was so fast it Carol Shelby won against a Ferrari in 1959.

Andretti’s Brawner-Hawk

Andretti’s Brawner-Hawk
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An art collector shows Ray the pieces of Mario Andretti’s unique Brawner-Hawk. Ray gives him the history of the winning car and unique design.

Rick Hendrick’s Favorite Movie Car

Rick Hendrick’s Favorite Movie Car
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Rick shows Ray his favorite movie car, the "Mello Yellow" car from Days of Thunder. Tom Cruise was inspired by Rick’s car, which was racing at the time, and the movie idea was born.

How Do You Make A Movie Car?

How Do You Make A Movie Car?
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Ray heads to LA to meet with Eddie Paul from EP Industries to find out how classic cars like "Greased Lighting" from Grease are made.

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